Strength

Kettlebell Decline Bench Press

The Kettlebell Decline Bench Press targets your upper chest and arms. It involves pushing a kettlebell upwards on a decline bench, promoting muscle stretch, contraction, strength, and size enhancement.
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Kettlebell Decline Bench Press instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Start by gripping one kettlebell in each hand while sitting down on a decline bench.
2
Slowly lie back onto the bench, positioning the kettlebells to the sides of your chest.
3
Push your feet into the ground for stability and to minimize strain on your lower back.
4
Press the kettlebells upwards, fully extending your arms while maintaining your grip.
5
Lower the kettlebells in a controlled manner to your chest and repeat for the preferred amount of reps.
Start by gripping one kettlebell in each hand while sitting down on a decline bench.
Slowly lie back onto the bench, positioning the kettlebells to the sides of your chest.
Push your feet into the ground for stability and to minimize strain on your lower back.
Press the kettlebells upwards, fully extending your arms while maintaining your grip.
Lower the kettlebells in a controlled manner to your chest and repeat for the preferred amount of reps.
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