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    Posted: 15-Sep-2015 at 19:06
Yes I was picturing a modified bench press on the ground . Very kool. 

So this sounds like an isometric movement . When I started training I wouldn't hold the weight during reps , now as part of my programme I hold the weight for some seconds. It does become demanding after a few reps.

Thanks for the exercise description . I will include something like this as an alternative to a conventional bench press.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15-Sep-2015 at 22:33
yes isometric...be wary constricting your abs until you have worked up to it.
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Noted . 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13-Oct-2015 at 20:34
Off the topic , but my apologies CV and to AE members if I caused offence . I joined a new topic ( Sikh Akalis) and was minding my own business and not going around topics picking any arguments with anyone.
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