in Chest Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Chest
Position an inclined bench in a barbell rack. Place the barbell handle on the rack and load it with weights according to your preference.
Lie down on the inclined bench. Have your feet stay flat on the ground, arch your back, and retract your shoulder blades.
Hold the barbell with a medium pronated grip (palms facing up). It is a grip wherein a 90 degree angle is created midway of the movement between your forearms and upper arms as you lower the barbell.
Lift the barbell off the rack and let it hover over your chest. Make sure that the barbell is parallel to your chest. Your arms should be extended and locked. This is your starting position.
Lower the barbell until it almost touches your middle chest. Be careful not to let it bounce off your chest and keep your lateral muscles tight.
Lift the barbell up until you’re back to your starting position.
Repeat until the desired amount of repetitions is achieved.
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