Not paying attention to the form and placing all the focus on lifting more weights is one of the most common mistakes that people make when they hit the bench press.
Although in the beginning you might be able to avoid any more substantial problems, several months of improper execution of your lifts you can result with annoying, or even more serious injuries.
And even though it’s fairly easy to find information on how to properly perform every exercise, many people just choose not to pay heed.
This is especially applies for bench press exercises, no matter how they take them – flat, inclined or declined. There always seems to be at least one guy in the gym that would overload the bar, and then break all the rules of proper bench pressing while trying to coax out a single rep.
Try not being that guy. Bodybuilding is much more than simple weight lifting. Before stepping into the gym, learn how to perform the exercises with proper form.
You can start your education by watching the video below, where Jeff Cavaliere of Athlean-X explains the two most common mistakes people make on the incline bench press.
Learn how to remove these two mistakes, thus improving your incline bench press exercises.