Wide-Grip Decline Bench Press

Free Weights / Intermediate

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Equipment Needed

  • Barbell
  • Decline Bench

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How to do Wide-Grip Decline Bench Press:

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wide-grip decline bench press is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the chest and to a lesser degree also targets the shoulders and triceps ...more

wide-grip decline bench press is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the chest and to a lesser degree also targets the shoulders and triceps.

The only wide-grip decline bench press equipment that you really need is the following: barbell and decline bench. There are however many different wide-grip decline bench press variations that you can try out that may require different types of wide-grip decline bench press equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper wide-grip decline bench press form is easy with the step by step wide-grip decline bench press instructions, wide-grip decline bench press tips, and the instructional wide-grip decline bench press technique video on this page. wide-grip decline bench press is a exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the wide-grip decline bench press video, learn how to do the wide-grip decline bench press, and then be sure and browse through the wide-grip decline bench press workouts on our workout plans page!

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  1. Your hands should extend past your shoulders by 3 to 4 inches.
  2. Lowering the barbell should take twice as long as lifting it.
  3. Use a spotter for safety purposes.
  4. Be sure to raise and lower the barbell from chest to overhead and not to let the barbell sway.

Variations

  1. Perform this exercise on a flat bench.
  2. Perform this exercise with dumbbells instead of a barbell.

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Equipment Needed

  • Barbell
  • Decline Bench

Featured Plans

Tips

  1. Your hands should extend past your shoulders by 3 to 4 inches.
  2. Lowering the barbell should take twice as long as lifting it.
  3. Use a spotter for safety purposes.
  4. Be sure to raise and lower the barbell from chest to overhead and not to let the barbell sway.

Variations

  1. Perform this exercise on a flat bench.
  2. Perform this exercise with dumbbells instead of a barbell.

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Compound