Slowly lay back on the bench and push the dumbbells straight up above your chest. Twist the dumbbells so that your palms are facing your shoulders. This is the starting position for the exercise. Slowly lower the dumbbells down, keeping your palms in line with the middle of your chest.
What is a reverse press?
And press up another great option it's an Arnold chest. Press where basically I'm adding a rotational component. And finishing in an underhand grip position.
What is the antagonist of the chest press?
The prime movers in a bench press are the pectoralis major, pectoralis minor, and anterior deltoid, whereas the triceps and serratus anterior work to stabilize the movement. The antagonist muscles are the latissimus dorsi, posterior deltoids, and biceps.
What is a flat dumbbell press?
Press this exercise is going to be working your chest your shoulders and your triceps. It's very important to maintain good form whenever you do this exercise. You're gonna sit down have your
Is reverse chest press good?
The reverse grip bench press recruits more of the upper chest than the regular bench press. Some research suggests that a reverse grip bench press is safer on the elbow and shoulder joints compared to a regular bench press.
What is a reverse grip bench press for chest?
How to do the reverse grip bench press
- Changing your grip from pronated — or palms away — to palms facing you, thumbs turned outward.
- Your hands are typically wider.
- Your shoulders maintain greater external rotation.
- The barbell has greater horizontal travel compared with the traditional bench press.