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In my opinion, incline dumbbell flys are the #1 best exercise for building pec mass. For upper pec mass, the incline dumbbell fly and for lower pecs the flat dumbbell fly. The incline dumbbell fly is an exercise you can do at the gym or at home with a minimum of equipment. The one thing you will need in addition to your used weight set is an incline bench but you can build an incline bench in 5 minutes with what you have around the house. Before we go any further, please read about upper pec and lower pec exercises. I'd like also to reiterate that if you have been working out for less than 2 years you should not be even *thinking* about things like this but rather you should just be doing a good, well rounded workout program. It is a very common beginner mistake to focus on particular body parts too early in the lifting career. Please read about other chest exercises as well.
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THE best chest exercises
THE best chest exercises series: Incline Dumbbell Flyes
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6. Mirrors 8ft x 6ft
7. Everlast 100lb Heavy Bag
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9. Cap 45lb Olympic plates
Incline Dumbbell Fly -
Incline Dumbbell Fly - Chest Exercise
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- Sit on an incline bench positioned at a 30- to 45-degree angle and rest a dumbbell on top of each thigh. Use your legs to help you lift the weights directly over your chest.
- Hold the dumbbells close together with your arms extended and your palms facing each other.
- Your back should be slightly arched and your glutes stabilized on the bench. This is the starting position.
- Now, inhale as you lower the dumbbells to your sides with your elbows fixed in a slightly bent position until your chest muscles are fully stretched.
- Exhale as you use your upper pec muscles to pull your upper arms across your body to bring the dumbbells back to the starting position.
- Make sure to keep your chest lifted and shoulder blades pinned to the bench throughout the entire exercise.