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Old 12-12-2010, 06:31 PM   #21
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... after time, Incline bench press caused me more harm then benefits, giving me pain my rotator cuff and collar bone for the first time in my life.
I noticed this too, especially on/near my left shoulder and I've stopped doing them entirely.
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you dobnt need incline bench press as long as you are doing dips.
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I enjoy doing inclines, i i have gotten any injuries or anything from them. I think when it comes down to it, it's about the form of the exercise. Many guys complain how their shoulders hurt when the flat bench, but once they fix their form they stress is relieved off of their shoulders. Do i believe that incline is better than the flat bench. No, I think they all have a place tho.
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you dobnt need incline bench press as long as you are doing dips.
Dips leaning foward do the lower pec. Inclines do the upper pecs.
So Q? Why would you not need inclines if you do Dips?
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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.
In addition to Rich Knapp. i agree on that. if you are just a beginner you should start doing basic which is flat bench. This help as your foundation for your size and strength. if you already notice you already nice pec muscle you can also start assistance workout on your chest for your upper, inner and lower pecs for definition.

For starter you can do this on your chest workout.

Bench press
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