This is an advanced progression of the reverse-grip bench press exercises. The incline angle and reverse grip places more demand on the upper chest and triceps muscles.
Position your body on an incline bench at a 30°-45° angle. Grab a barbell with an underhand grip, palms facing toward you, shoulder-width apart, and hold it above your chest. Extend arms upward, locking out elbows.
Lower the bar straight down in a slow, controlled movement to your upper chest. Pause, then press the bar in a straight line back up to the starting position.
Do not let the elbows flare out. Keep the elbows close to your sides throughout.
Do not hyper-extend the neck. Maintain a neutral long spine.
Make sure to complete the full descent and touch the chest with the bar. Do not lower bar to the neck.