Chest Exercises- Decline Dumbbell Press

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jul 19, 2010
Sunil Sharma of Maximus Fitness Academy, New Delhi tells about decline dumbbell press exercise. Lie down on a flat bench. Hold one dumbbell on each hand. Now bring the dumbbells close to your chest and lift it up in the air. Hold the position for two to three seconds and repeat the exercise. This exercise is beneficial to tone lower cardiac muscles, shoulder muscles and upper back muscles. It is good for pectoral muscles as well. For effective results maintain the angle of decline between 20 to 25 degrees. It is a free weight exercise which aims to strengthen the lower chest muscles and the shoulders. It also improves the strength of your wrists. Watch this video.

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