Move of the Week: Standing Press

Sep 19, 2021 12:00:00 AM


Presses are an essential part of a weekly workout rotation. There are numerous variants of the press - whether it be an overhead press, a chest press, an incline press, or one of the many other types - the press is a hard workout to replace in terms of efficiency. The FlipSled version offers a mix of an incline press and an overhead press.

Why Standing Press?

The Standing Press with a FlipSled is a perfect in-between of an overhead press and an incline press. Being between the two means that the Standing Press is both a chest and shoulder shredder. The FlipSled creates a hinge point for the lift on the ground, meaning you can lean in and put all of your power into it -- since it'll be braced on the ground. That leaning in allows the Standing Press to be more of an overhead press than a chest press, which introduces more work for the shoulders.

FlipSled Features:

  • Variable positioning for variable muscle work
  • Hinge point lift for safer lifting
  • Variable Weight (190-690lbs)
  • Multi Surface Usage

Standing Press Benefits:

  • Chest and shoulder workout
  • Low impact for injury prevention
  • Variants for focusing on different muscle groups
  • Functional strength improvement
  • Upper body stability development


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