Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
In my personal experience, incline bench isn't very effective at building chest muscles (it's good for body builders to cut up their upper chest). I do it, but not a priority as flat bench and flys. Decline, however, I think is more effective than incline, IMO.
No exercise can 'cut up' a chest.
Muscles only do 2 things, atrophy or hypertrophy. They either get smaller or larger. Eccentric movement is critical to hypertrophy and is 90% not utilized by lifters. A real shame as the risk of injury is also reduced. But it isn't a ego driven style of lifting as you don't need as much weight to achieve more with less, and also less injury potential
Cut is strictly from a lower body fat that allows the muscle to be seen in its glory without the added fat
Incline > Decline, ask any personal trainer like
Dips > Decline.
Lastly, GENETICS, ask your mom and dad for some.
Here is my example although this is not a chest pose.http://styleforum.net/showthread.php...highlight=sophhttp://styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=13130
-Disclaimer: I do not use steroids, GH, or any other socially illegal substance.