Recent Examples of bench press from the Web
Smith's showing in the bench press was one of six from this year that landed among the top 10 performances at a combine by a participant who played football at an Alabama high school or college.
At last year’s combine, Griffin’s twin brother, Shaquill, did 17 reps in the bench press, Sports Illustrated reported.
Also on Saturday, former Boise State linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, who checked in at 6-4, 256 pounds, did 20 reps in the bench press.
Price hurt Ohio State offensive lineman Billy Price suffered what appeared to be a left shoulder injury during bench press drills Thursday.
Attendees can watch the bench press up-close, listen to interviews with NFL prospects, collect player autographs, dive into virtual reality, get an up-close look at the complete display of Super Bowl rings and more.
Four boxers with arms large enough to bench press entire villages alternated between punching bags and pull ups.
His goal this year is to get regionally qualified and his challenge is to get his bench press up now.
His bench press topped out at about 140 — decent, for a 13-year-old figure skater.
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First Known Use of bench press
BENCH PRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bench press for English Language Learners
: a lift or exercise in which a weight is raised by pushing your arms upward while you lie on a bench
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