How To Stop Shaking On The Bench Press
I really appreciate what your doing and I find your information very helpful. I just have a question regarding the bench press.
Thanks for the question.
This is a very common problem for just about everyone who; 1) Is just beginning with weight training;
If you’re a weekend warrior who occasionally shows up to the gym for the odd workout, it might never go away. The reason is because you don’t give your body a good enough reason to adapt and get stronger in order to comfortably handle the weight.
However, based on your question, I’m guessing you’re a beginner. In that case, you may have to wait up to a couple of months for your body to fully adjust to the weight and get used to the feel of the barbell. It may take less time (two weeks to a month), depending on your workout consistency and habits.
Try thinking of this as a right of passage because it’s something everyone goes through. After a month or two, your going to get stronger and your muscles will adapt to the new stress levels and will stop shaking. Also, make sure you are well hydrated before your workouts.
I hope this helps.
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