Marisol Mac. Bench. August 08th , 2017.
It is very important to consider proper technique while performing any exercise. With a proper technique, you not only reap maximum benefits, but can also avoid injuries. Bench press is one of the very popular exercises in the gym amongst both men as well as women. It is mainly so, because it is entirely an upper body exercise and it helps in building upper body strength. The muscles which are strengthened with this weight training exercise include triceps, anterior and middle deltoids, pectoralis major and minor, wrist flexors, etc. Along with these muscles, the rotator cuff and biceps work as shoulder stabilizers and are slightly strengthened.
In the inclined bench press your upper chest will be more worked as compared to the middle chest muscle which is usually worked in the regular bench press. To do this exercise, you lift the barbell off the rack and slowly lower it down towards your chest. When you lower the barbell ensure you do not touch the barbell to the chest. Then slowly push the bar back to the starting position. Your movements should be controlled, so that it works the muscles much more and there are no chances of injuring yourself.
Always make sure you do the bench press using the right technique only. It is always better to have a spotter to give you the bar in your hands. In case you feel any pain when you are performing the exercise, stop doing the exercise immediately.
Indoor wooden benches that are used for seating areas all have beautiful features like ornate arms and maybe a back on it for the added comfort. Some of these benches will look a lot more stylish than just your plain wood bench as it will more than likely have an upholstered or leather seat.
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