How to Do a Dumbbell Incline Bench Press

Learn How to Do a Dumbbell Incline Bench Press.

Hello everyone! Welcome to today’s exercise where I am going to demonstrate how to perform a dumbbell incline bench press. First thing you need is an adjustable inclined bench by about 30-45 degrees and a pair of dumbbells. This exercise activates the upper part of the chest and the triceps. Let me begin by talking about some safety precautions that you ought to practice while exercising using this method.

Make sure that you place your feet firmly on the ground before performing the exercise. Alternatively, your feet can rest on a bar if there is one in front of you. Whichever approach you choose for placing your feet will work well as long as the bench is inclined the right way.

Dumbbell Incline Bench Press: Your back placement

You will want to keep your chest up and out to the best of your ability. Do this in such a way that you have a small curvature in the medial and lower part of the spine. The position is guaranteed to provide more activation to your triceps and chest.

Let us dive straight into the exercise. How do you place your elbows? I recommend that you have your elbows a little closer to your body, at least to a 45-degree angle, and then go ahead with the exercise. Avoid swaying out your elbows all the way and then pushing them out because it creates a lot of pressure on them.

Thanks for watching and that’s my guide on How to Do a Dumbbell Incline Bench Press.

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