How to Do Bench Presses, Deadlifts & Squats in the Same Routine

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Knowing how to do bench presses, dead lifts and squats in the same routine is an incredible way to get a full body workout. It's also a great routine because it can be done in a shorter amount of time. Learn more about doing bench presses, dead lifts and squats in the same routine with tips from a fitness expert in this free online video.

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Heym everyone, This is Jacques Laventure. And today we are going to talk about how to do a bench press, squat and deadlift in the same routine. To get a strong body these are the foundation exercises that you need to do in order to get the max amount of results in a shorter period of time. It's a full body experience workout. And you are going to be doing compound exercises throughout the whole program. Alright so we are going to start our first exercise with the squat. We're going to make sure the chin is out. We want to make sure the belly is to the spine. And as we squat down the knees doesn't pass the toes. The abs is tight the whole entire time. The next exercise we're going to do is the chest press. Really important that we, we isolate the chest and focus on the chest muscle contraction. Keeping the abs tight the whole entire time. So as we are doing the exercise what you are going to do is squeeze the chest as you contract. And bring it down slow squeezing the abdominals. Really focusing on the chest. To complete the circuit we are going to finish off with deadlifts. So we are going to keep our chest out, chin up. And we are going to isolate our lower back. Slight bend in the knee and come up. Drive through with the hip flexors. So you can do three sets about 10 to 12 reps, three times a week to get a complete workout.


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