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The Incline Bench Press is a compound upper-body exercise, which indicates that it contains various joints and muscles. It's regarded as one of the best exercises for building a stronger and larger upper body because it's a variation of the traditional flat Bench Press. Pulling your shoulder blades back and down, grabbing the bar with hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, lowering the barbell to your upper chest, and pressing the bar back up to the starting position are all part of proper incline bench press form. The bench is set to 15 to 30 degrees on a decline in a downturn bench press. Even before you push weights away from your body at this angle, your upper body is on a downward slope, which invigorates the lower pectoral muscles.