The PowerGym Olympic Decline Bench Press is used in conjunction with an Olympic bar and weight plates to increase strength and mass in the lower and mid pectoral muscles.
Compared to flat bench presses, performing decline bench presses is thought to put less stress on the shoulders and lower back while increasing pec activation by minimizing rotation of the shoulder and shifting the majority of the load from the anterior deltoids to the pectoralis major. That said, mixing some decline presses into your chest workouts could be just the thing to help give your gains a boost.
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The Bench Press is a fantastic weight training exercise that focusses on the upper body. To perform a bench press, you simply lie back on a weight bench and either life a pair of dumbbells or a barbell. If you want to build stronger chest muscles, then the bench press is an essential workout to add to your routine. While different exercise variations can affect your workout, which we will focus on next, bench presses typically increase upper body strength, build the pec muscles and improve bone health. It's also a great way to significantly increase your pushing power.
There are several variations of the bench press that you can choose from. At PowerGym, we're delighted to be able to offer an extensive range of bench press products that satisfies the requirements of all kinds of variations. One such variation that you can perform is the decline bench press. Since you're viewing this page, you've come to the right place! The decline bench press is similar to the popular incline and flat presses, but the position is slightly different. With a decline bench press, the front of the bench is positioned at an angle facing upwards. As you lie down, your feet will be placed in a position higher than your head. This forces your lower pecs to do most of the work, allowing you to primarily strengthen the lower muscles. The decline press will also reduce the stress on your back and shoulders.
The PowerGym commercial decline bench press station is all you need for efficient and regular decline press workouts. Our machine can be placed in any environment, whether a commercial gym, fitness centre or home gym. The decline bench is positioned at a 20-degree angle upwards, guaranteeing comfortable but effective workouts that focus on the lower pecs. It has been built to support the heaviest of users and barbells.