I read a Frederic Delavier’s book « Strength Training Anatomy » and there is good stuff.
Sitting on a bench inclined between 45° and 60° and takes the barbell with a pronated grip. The grip is wider than your shoulders :
Inhale and lower the barbell until it reaches your jugular notch (upper chest at the base of your neck).
Press the barbell back up to straight arms length, exhalting at the end of the movement.
This exercises works the upper pectorals, anterior deltoids, triceps and serratus anterior.
Note : Incline press doesn’t firm the women’s breasts. It’s a myth, incline press doesn’t slow down the fall of the women’s breasts. The breasts composed of fat containing mamarry glands. The whole held on a web of connective tissue and it’s placed on pectoralis major muscle.
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