9. Decline Chest Press
As the name suggests Decline Chest Press is performed on a declined bench. It can be performed with both barbell and dumbbell (not at the same time of course:-o). Decline Chest Press works on the lower pectoral muscles of the chest. The exercise focuses on the chest more than it’s flat or incline counterparts.
You need to do the decline barbell bench press if you are looking to increase the size and strength to your upper torso.
10. Chest Dips
Chest Dips is the exercise for chest performed on a dip bar. It works the lower chest area. It is one of the most efficient exercises for both chest and triceps. A properly executed chest dip not only works your chest, but also involves most of the upper body pushing muscles as well.
The chest dips is one of the most important free-weights exercises when emphasizing the pectoralis muscles. Contributing to an appealing physique, dips make your upper body significantly stronger. Chest Dips has greater overall strength training potential