The 6 Best Articles on Weight Benches

By | 2018-03-20T11:52:45-07:00 September 25th, 2016|Categories: Equipment Guides|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

There are a few different types of weight benches, and we cover them all in these articles. Flat benches, FID (flat/incline/decline) benches, and olympic benches.

Some of these articles I wrote myself, and some are from other sites that I just had to link to because they’re so good!

  1. 6 Ways a Flat Utility Bench is Better than an FID Bench
  2. Adjustable FID Bench Buying Guide
  3. Dumbbell Bench vs Barbell Bench
  4. Is an Olympic Bench Wise?
  5. Flat Utility Bench Comparison
  6. Bodybuilding Wiki: Benches

The above should tell you just about all you need to know, but if you have questions, fire away!

I’d like to include some videos here too, but oddly enough, I haven’t been able to find a good quality video explanation of how to pick a good weight bench. If you know of one, comment below!

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David Kiesling
David founded Adamant Barbell in 2007 and Two Rep Cave in 2018. Lately he spends his free time practicing archery and hang gliding.

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