Dumbbell Decline Bench Press

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Dumbbell Decline Bench Press

Workout Type


Main Target Muscles


Related Muscles

Triceps; Shoulder

Fitness Level




Main Muscles Highlight:

Dumbbell Decline Bench Press

The essential motion guide:

1. Fix your legs on the top of the lower bench. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and place it on your legs, palms facing each other. Then lie down with your chest out and your abs in.

2. Once you're lying down, raise the dumbbells above your chest, shoulder-width apart. Then rotate your wrists so that your palms are facing forward. This is the starting position of the action.

3. Slowly lower the dumbbells to your sides and inhale. Maintain control of the dumbbells as you descend. Tip: The forearm should be perpendicular to the floor at all times.

4. Stretch your chest to the limit, then use the muscle strength of your chest to quickly push the dumbbell up and exhale.

5. When the arm is straight and the dumbbell is raised to the top, squeeze the chest, rest slightly and slowly return to the starting position.

6. The above is a complete movement, repeat to the recommended number of times.

7. Keep your chest out, abs in, and forearms perpendicular to the floor. Ideally, the descent should take twice as long as the ascent.

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