1- Sit on a 45-60 degrees incline bench, grasping the bar with wider than shoulder width overhand grip.
2- Inhale and slowly lower the barbell down to upper chest level with elbows forming a 90 degrees angle between upper and lower arms.
3- Push the barbell up by extending arms, exhale at the end of the movement and repeat.
Tips and Advises:
1- Keep back straight on the bench throughout the movement.
2- If the incline angle is steeper than 60 degrees the work will be focused more on front delt muscle.
3- Too much hand spacing would increase chance of injury.
4- To maximize pectoralis work, flare the elbows out side as your lower the bar.