Originally posted by TheSupremeBeing:
OK, In a functional sense, there is no upper chest. The upper/lower chest cannot be targeted seperately.
<FONT COLOR="Blue">No one here said there was an upper/lower chest</FONT c>
Inclines are also a bad chest exercise because the shoulders are put in their strongest position, and the chest put in its weakest.
<FONT COLOR="Blue">Thats your "opinion" I personaly feel its a great exercise as long as the angle isn't over 30</FONT c>
This will cause the shoulders to fail before the chest, and it will not be maximally stimulated.
<FONT COLOR="Blue">Just because the shoulders fail before doesn't mean its a waist of time.</FONT c>
Belial wrote an extensive and informative article on why the upper/lower chest cannot be seperately targeted, if you would like me to post just hollar.
<FONT COLOR="Blue">Again, no one here asked if they could be seperated</FONT c>