Low Incline Dumbbell Press
Throwing a mild incline into the mix allows for greater range of motion to attack the chest muscles far more effectively than the standard bench. Moreover, not having your hands tethered to a bar in a fixed position allows the wrists and elbows to move freely as the rep progresses. This can prove to be a shoulder-saver over time, especially for longer-armed lifters.
Program It: Use the low incline DB bench press as a primary lift in your chest workout to substitute the flat barbell bench. Focus on basic hypertrophy ranges of eight to 12 reps.
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