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Just like a regular flat bench, this exercise primarily targets your chest. However, this exercise targets the lower sternal pectoral (lower chest) muscles. You're typically able to lift more with decline bench than you are flat bench.

1) Position yourself on a bench that has a decline. Lie down while holding a dumbbell in each hand, resting on top of your thighs.
2) Move the dumbbells in front of you with palms facing away from you.
3) Push the dumbbells up using your pectoral muscles. Squeeze. Then lower the weight slowly back to the starting position.
If you have any additional tips for this exercise, please let me know in the comments below and I will add them to this card. :)
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Do it!!! @XavierLopez
2 years ago·Reply
@mchlyang yeah I personally like decline more than incline. I think it's because I can press more weight at a decline and it makes me feel very strong haha.
2 years ago·Reply
@alywoah I did not know that! I thought it would be harder to press more weight! I better give it a shot then!
2 years ago·Reply
wish I can do more..moral down...haha
2 years ago·Reply
I did this yesterday even though am not sure that I did it correctly ...
2 years ago·Reply