#358 - Elbow Flare: Causes & Corrections

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0:00 USSF Meet Prep Update & Intro 7:12 RPE 11 Andrew 13:56 Causes & Anatomy 28:06 Cues to Correct 34:14 Supplemental Lifts 37:56 Touchpoint 40:42 Set Up & Conclusion Elbow flare is a common bench press error where the elbows flare out on the ascent. This error, much like a good morning squat, produces movement in the joints without moving the bar up. It decreases the ability of the pecs to contribute to the lift, though it reduces the horizontal moment of the bar from the glenohumeral joint. The first weapon in a lifter or coach's arsenal is corrective cues. Common cues include pinch something between your arm pits or pretend you're being tickled from behind, though these too often do not work. Some other cues are to pretend the bar is a rubber band or to shove the elbows out during the descent, for what lifters often do is find the tension where there is none. Elbow flare may be overcorrecting for lack of tension during the descent. Common supplemental lifts to help correct this error are spoto press (pause the bar 1-2 inches above the touch point; hold it; then press the bar up) or paused bench press. These emphasize tightness & control. The other things to examine are the touch point and set up for the bench press: ensure these are not only correct but optimal.

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