No studies to date have analyzed and compared muscle activation patterns over different sorts of execution (barbell or Smith Machine) for the bench press, military press
, and close-grip bench press.
These forms of the langue de bois are the result of ideological intentions or only a "langue de bois" reminiscence in a reformed incomplete sector, the Romanian military press
The New York Times has reported that, at least for the American military, it costs $1 million per year to transport, equip, pay and maintain each soldier (and military press
agent) stationed in Afghanistan.
That blast came in the midst of a military press
tour of Baghdad's huge Shi'ite slum called "Sadr City" to show the dismantling of an Iraqi-American security station.
Following this theme, according to a military press
release, "Coupled with the acquisition of C-17 strategic lift, Hercules tactical lift and Chinook F medium- to heavy-lift helicopters, the acquisition of Chinook D, commercial charter helicopters and UAVs will help ensure that the Canadian Forces have the air assets necessary to undertake any mission asked of them."
Other moves, ranging from the 'Turkish get-up' and 'military press
up' to the 'windmill' and 'squat', combine balance and strength with a cardiovascular workout.
Regarding the start of the war, the document (which was sent by the military press
officer to the reporter via e-mail) states, "Extra precautions in reporting will be required at the commencement of hostilities to maximize operational surprise.
Indeed, there are recurring suggestions in the military press
that the PLA leadership is dissatisfied with the degree of progress made despite frequent joint service exercises designed to prepare them for the offensive operational doctrine now driving PLA planning.
Shortly after his arrest, officials said Hussein had a cache of weapons in his possession, but last fall, when AJR asked for specifics, military press
officers in Iraq backed off that claim.
In March 2005, the Guard announced the new species at a military press
(34) Critics of military press
restrictions cite this line of cases in arguing that a right of access to the battlefield exists.