teppum42 wrote: Also, any recommendations between regular grip and hammer grip? I imagine they work the muscles a little differently.
Packard wrote:Chest exercises:
Primary: Flat bench (Medium and wide grip)
Secondary: Incline bench; flies
Tertiary: Decline bench, Dips
Your basic workout should include the primary exercises.
A full workout would add one or more secondary exercises.
A emphasis workout would include one or more tertiary exercises.
The flat bench is the core of the chest workout. I think that there is nothing wrong with incline benches and they are required for developing the upper chest.
Kevsworld wrote:As others have mentioned, you're not going to be able to do quite as much on incline bench press--that's normal. I usually do flat bench first then incline as a follow-up. I also prefer dumbbells for incline--seems to put less stress on my shoulders.
swanso5 wrote:db's do "feel" better for me these days, ecspecially the higher i go ffrom flat bench to shoulder press
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