Lever Chest Press
Lever Chest Press Instructions
- Adjust the seat height so that the handles are at chest level.
- Sit on the machine with your back flat against the pad and your feet flat on the floor.
- Grasp the handles with an overhand grip and push them away from your body until your arms are fully extended.
- Slowly bring the handles back towards your body, keeping your elbows slightly bent.
- Repeat for desired number of repetitions.
Lever Chest Press Form & Visual
Lever Chest Press Benefits
- Targets the chest muscles, specifically the pectoralis major and minor
- Also engages the triceps and shoulders as secondary muscles
- Allows for a greater range of motion compared to traditional bench press
- Reduces strain on the shoulders and wrists
- Can be adjusted to target different areas of the chest by changing the angle of the lever
- Provides a safer alternative for those with shoulder or wrist injuries
Lever Chest Press Muscles Worked
- Pectoralis major (chest muscles)
- Anterior deltoids (front shoulder muscles)
- Triceps brachii (back of upper arm muscles)
Lever Chest Press Variations & Alternatives
- Incline Lever Chest Press
- Decline Lever Chest Press
- Seated Lever Chest Press
- Single Arm Lever Chest Press
- Close Grip Lever Chest Press
- Wide Grip Lever Chest Press
- Reverse Grip Lever Chest Press
- Neutral Grip Lever Chest Press