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Incline Dumbbell Press
Incline Dumbbell Press Technique. With this exercise, the use of dumbbells enables a better contraction as you can bring your hands closer together at the top of the contraction. Use of dumbbells also makes this a unilateral movement, i.e. we work both the left & the rights sides equally which can help solve any one sided muscle weakness. With the incline, we target the upper portion of the chest. Always start with the dumbbells on the knees before lifting the weights up into the contracted position. Lower the weights slowly under control, squeezing & holding the contraction for a second before exploding the weights back up to the top, with the arms pointing out, perpendicular to the spine. The incline bench should be at a 30-45 degree incline & the head should be kept back on the bench throughout the movement. Don'ts: Avoid keeping the chin up, not activating the chest effectively or having the elbows come into the side of the body. Nick Jones - World Bodybuilding Champion & Brad Ryan - Bodybuilder
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