Don't listen to all these gym bros telling you that standing military press is the way to go.
Sure, it looks cooler, and you might feel like a badass, but is it really worth risking injury for?
Think about it, when you're standing, your body is swaying, your legs are supporting you, and it's just a recipe for disaster.
And for what? So you can say you did a standing military press?
Sorry, but that's not a good enough reason for me.
I prefer to do my military press seated, where I can be more stable, and therefore, more effective.
I mean, isn't the goal to get stronger and improve our physique?
So why risk it all for a fancy looking exercise?
Plus, when you're seated, you can really focus on your shoulders and isolate the muscles.
It's like trying to balance a bowling ball on a beam versus holding it in your hands.
You have more control and can really target the right areas.
I'm not saying you should never do standing military press, I mean, it does have its benefits.
But if you're trying to improve your physique and get that v-taper we all want, then it's gotta be a seated military press.
Take it from someone who's been there, done that, and learned the hard way.
Don't be a show off, focus on what really matters.
Your health, your goals, your progress.
And if you want to see some real gains, then make the switch.
Sit down, buckle up, and let's get to work.
Because at the end of the day, it's not about what others think of you, it's about how you feel about yourself.
So be honest with yourself, challenge yourself, and always strive for improvement.
You got this.
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