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The scrape-the-rack press is a very similar move to the standard overhead press—a great exercise for packing on slabs of upper-body mass ￼and building strength. But there’s one main difference: Lifting with the barbell pressed against the rack increases the stability of the movement.
For lifters with a lot of gym miles on them or guys with preexisting shoulder injuries, this means a more joint-friendly lift, as the smaller, more sensitive shoulder muscles aren’t working as hard to stabilize the joint. Also, the positioning recruits different muscle fibers, specifically in the front of your delts. What’s more, the move turns into a plateau buster to boot.