anyone do CG bench on decline or incline?

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  1. jonno

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    decline
     
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    nope, and I never decline bench - ever! Maybe I've done it like 5-6 times. I've read that weighted dips > decline bench because it's basically the same motion except you can increase your ROM on weighted dips.
     
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    close grip incline is evil
     
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    I've only done reverse-grip decline.
     
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    yeah dude i've done it once and it was hard as hell. i think i was repping 95 :rofl:
     
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    decline puts more emphasis on the triceps
     
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    I do incline close grip once in a while to hit the middle-upper chest.
     
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    CG decline would be the best tricep exercise IMO.
     
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    is there any benefit/point to doing very wide grip flat bench? or any other bench
     
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    if you want to destroy your shoulders for some reason
     
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    :rofl:yea i thought i read somewhere that it was bad
     
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