02-17-2002, 06:25 PM #1
upper chest without incline bench
hey guys, I was wondering what exercises I can do for the upper chest? besides incline bench press(my bench doesnt incline or decline)
anything besides incline bench??? my upper chest needs help
any advice is welcome!
02-17-2002, 06:27 PM #2Junior Member
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bench presses to the neck seem to give me a good pump in my upper chest just be careful and control the weight
02-17-2002, 07:08 PM #3
peck deck, i use a reverse(palms facing you) dumb bell shoulder press ok
raise the weight palms away from you, lower the weight turning your palms inward then touching the weights togeather in the middle , you can feel it if you just pratice w/ no weights
02-17-2002, 08:19 PM #4
cool, thanks guys!
02-17-2002, 08:21 PM #5New Member
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i dont know what your situation is like, at home or a club, but if you dont have a movable bench you could do push ups with your feet resting on your bench and your hands on the floor. i do a set of these for warm up before i do incline bench, it seem to hit the upper pec
02-17-2002, 08:51 PM #6
Flyes just below the neck with full contraction. Also helps me when I rotate thumbs inward on the eccentric and squeeze em together at the top of the movement. Just the opposite for lower pecs... pinkies together pressing just below the breast bone.
02-17-2002, 09:12 PM #7ptbyjason Guest
I totally agree with what llbeastcd said, that is an easy way to work upper and lower chest. There are a lot of good suggestions also said that I hadn't thought of before. As far as doing some work for the upper chest, you realize that only a slight angle is needed to work upper chest, right? Most gyms have an angle that is more than necessary. Recent scientific studies are showing that a very small increase on the top portion of the bench will be as much or more beneficial for working the chest. Maybe you could find a way to add a board under one side of it.
02-18-2002, 02:32 AM #8
Incline DB flys like PT says only use a slight incline...
02-18-2002, 06:19 AM #9
nice replys guys,
and I probably could find something to prop up the bottem end of the bench.
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