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The flat bench press is an exercise shunned by many, who see it as less-effective than inclines for developing their upper pecs. However, with a simple twist, this traditional lift can deliver big-time results for a monster-sized chest.
By using a reverse grip (where your palms are facing towards you), you can actually develop the upper chest more significantly than with the incline bench and incline DB press. Canadian scientists found that when experienced lifters performed the reverse-grip bench press, the muscle activity of their upper pecs was 30% greater than when they did the bench press with a standard overhand grip.