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Old 12-13-2012, 12:04 PM   #149
M3Inline6
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Originally Posted by dabears View Post
thats exactly how I'm doing it... including the bar tilting on last rep

I think the difference between a "military press" and an "overhead press" is that your feet are together for a military press, and a wider stance for overhead.

I should probably change the exercise description to overhead press, as that is what I am doing.

edit: for m3inline, I've also done seated military presses like you are describing, very strict form etc. Sorry for using wrong terms and causing confusion... I am doing a standing overhead press (and previously was doing standing push presses)




Glad you caught the edit.

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