Step up to the plate, and challenge yourself with this bench press test.
A challenge, a line in the sand, a gauntlet thrown down. A call out. Yeah, I’m calling you out, all of you. I’m challenging you to take me, and the rest of OneResult Nation, on in a monthly competition. What’s at stake? Are you serious? You’re that soft you need “incentive”? To WIN, to compete, to be the best, that’s what at stake. If you need more, well stop reading my articles you spoiled little douche bag (although word on the street is that 1R is throwing out a free tee, shaker, and tub of protein to this month’s winner). Now if you’re still reading, you’re ready to go, but do you really want a piece of this? You’re going to look at this and say, no worries, that’s easy.
The challenge is, on paper, simple. All you have to do is bench press the bar (a REAL BAR aka 45 lbs.) 100 times as fast as possible, full reps. First, review my article on how to bench, as you’ve got to know what you’re doing before actually starting. After you review it, we’re going to get rolling. Set up on the bench, take the bar out, make sure you’re set, and go to work. You’re going to need a few things for this competition:
Here are the rules to the competition:
This is something almost every athlete I’ve worked with has done, so let’s see if you can hang. This call out to all of our readers is to see who the king/queen of the mountain is, or at least to see if anyone’s going to put their money where their mouth is and go to work with us. Just so you know, I’ve had many athletes miss the 100 bench press reps, so don’t worry if you don’t make it. They didn’t make it here with us either.
Catch me if you can.
And 1R, to ensure you're prepared to bust out the best, and fastest, 100 reps of bench possible, we at OneResult recommend the following pre-workout, NCAA-legal, supplements: