#AskAchieve 112: To Arch or Not to Arch During the Bench Press, Addressing Adductor Pain, The Difference Between the Leg Press and Squats, and How High Your Hips Should be During Deadlifts!


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What’s up, Achievers?! This one is a rapid-fire answer show with a ton of practical advice.

In the first question, we talk about whether or not you should arch during bench pressing (2:17).

Then, we covered some very general strategies on how to address adductor pain. We’re posting the IG post tonight (2/25/19) and I’ll link it in the show notes when it’s up! (7:17).

Afterwards, we talked about the main differences between the leg press machine and squats (11:55).

Finally, we had a little discussion about internet coaches as well as how high your hips should be during a deadlift (17:11).

We hope you enjoyed this episode! If you did, we’d love you forever if you left a rating and review on iTunes - it seriously helps us out a lot! Please DM us @achievefitnessboston on Instagram if you have any questions you’d like us to answer. Until next time, Peace, Love, and Muscles!

Jason and Lauren

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