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Another PB woo, going for 90 next, 82.5 felt sorta easy and I wasn't really in the zone

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90 @60kg will be very impressive

if you dont mind me asking what are your height/wingspan/wrist size measurements and do you need wrist wraps at that high a % of your bw

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Nice, I've been training for a bit, I'm 19, i did 150kg x3, weighed 84 kg (went for 1, managed more) 9%ish bodyfat at the time my bmi was, 25.7 15 months of work 2 weeks of strength training madness (no roids btw lol)

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Not bad, we have a guy at my school that weighs around 63.5kg or 140 lbs and can bench 190lbs (86.2kg).

 

I'm 86kgs (190) and bench 104.3kgs or 230lbs.

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Few years ago when I was 17 I weighed around 168lb and was doing 225lb 3 sets of 8, I was a big boy back then now i'm out of shape lol 

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Any tips to help improve my bench? I can Dumbell Press like 48KG, (2 24's) but when it comes to bench press, i never try and do more than 20kg loaded on the bar, because that is difficult enough.

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