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Old 03-29-2013, 03:06 PM   #9
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The Smith-Machine Incline Press may protect you from bad form that you may have in the incline bench. In addition offers a sense of safety that does not exist in the bench (flat, incline, decline). When training alone of course...

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Originally Posted by WilldBill88 View Post
Thanks for sharing, I like the smith machine idea for the upper pecs. I've never really been good at incline presses with a barbell Or just really weak... Seated cable rows sounds like another good option as well for the lats/back.. I see people at my gym use it but, never thought of using it myself.
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