Shoulder press....form

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  1. Damn it Bobby

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    Is your back supposed to be flush with the seat, or do you push your blades back and make a gap?
     
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    I typically have a small gap as being flush is a bit awkward, but I'm assuming that being flush is the safest way to go.
     
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    supposedly, all of your back should be flush against the seat so that you are working more of your shoulders instead of upper chest due to the arching or your back. Someone correct me if i'm wrong.
     
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