How to Choose the Best Bench Press?


When we talk about bench press capacity, we are talking about two things: the first is the barbell weight supported, and the second is the user’s weight.

Many people don’t need a lot of weight on the bar since their type of training doesn’t require very heavy loads. However, especially for muscle hypertrophy, much greater loads may be required.

In this case, it is recommended that you keep in mind how much weight you will need to lift. Remember that in the future you will need to lift more weight.

On the other hand, it is also necessary to know the maximum user weight supported by the bank. This is usually not a problem — the best benches will support most people. However, it is good to pay attention to this for people who are very overweight or who want to “grow” a lot (remember that muscle also weighs).


The adjustment is what defines the possible exercise positions that you can perform. If there is no adjustment, it will be impossible to practice the incline or decline the bench press.

This doesn’t mean that simple bench presses aren’t effective — just that adjustable benches can allow you to get more out of your workout.

So, in general, the best bench press is the adjustable one, as it supports a greater variety of workouts and allows you to work with more intensity some specific muscles.


Everyone knows that training always causes some pain — remember that phrase: no pain, no gain. This is no reason, however, for you to feel unnecessary pain. A bench press that is too uncomfortable can even get in the way of your training, causing you to get out of your ideal posture.

Therefore, the best bench press should be comfortable enough for you to perform a quality workout. Look for padded benches, and if the bench also has foot support, it’s a good idea if they also have some softer lining.

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