Be 10 to 20% stronger in the Incline Dumbell Bench Press IMMEDIATELY with this setup
- If you want a great upper chest, incline dumbell presses are a key exercise. There are a few problems you'll run into with it, though. First, it's draining to get very heavy dumbells into position by yourself. Second, the body position on the incline bench can create torque in the lower back and doesn't allow for strong core support.
This position trick fixes that. By using a decline bench set in front of a wall, you solve both problems. The dumbells are already up high and easy to get into position and you'll place your feet on the wall, which tightens up the core and allows for much greater leg drive and stability when performing the exercise.
You will literally be able to use 10 to 20% heavier dumbells the moment you try this technique.