Originally Posted by Rich Knapp
If your a beginner (less than 3 years hard core lifting), the flat bench hits the pecs great. Inclines are for vets hitting heavier weight and need the full pec's power, and to build upper pecs for the full and seperation look on stage for bbers.
only a little over a year lifting so definetly still considered a beginner, and yeah rich im going to also have that separation look someday for now ill kepp flat benchin and inclines just for a different angle
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