Building raw upper-body strength is a common objective among gym goers. And if bench pressing is your goal, you can supplement your lifting routine by using the alternating floor press. It is a type of compound exercise that works your lats, stabilizers, and core without increasing pressure on your lower back, keeping pain at bay.
The decline dumbbell bench press is a type of strength exercise that not just targets your chest muscle group but also works your triceps and shoulder muscles. It assists in strengthening and emphasizing the lower portions of the pectoralis major, or the large muscle in the chest. Moreover, this workout helps give your chest a more symmetrical and balanced look. Its method of execution is quite similar to that of Dumbbell Bench Press except the fact that it is done on a decline bench whereas the latter is done on a flat bench.