This exercise undercuts your chest muscles and widens your chest. It focuses on working the lower chest.
Take the dumbbells and lie down on a decline bench.
Your back and buttocks should be placed on the bench firmly. It is better to put your feet under special rollers.
Lift the dumbbells to the starting position - hands shoulder width aparts, palms down.
As you inhale, slowly lower the dumbbells down to the level of your neck or upper part of the chest as far as you can.
As you exhale, push the dumbbells to the starting position.
Do not use heavy weights as the head-down position increases blood pressure.
Do not stretch your chest muscle too much.
Do not use this exercise too much as it doesn’t take long to build up the “undercut” of chest muscles, and there is a risk to get unattractive narrow chest muscles.