I was reading about bench-pressing, and it said that if you develop certain shoulder muscles, it'll allow your shoulders to take on the burden of more weight so you could do more for bench presses.
I'm curious as to what these are.
Not to mention, my shoulder routine has become increasingly frustrating for me and I wouldn't mind adding some new exercises.
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if you do a lot of incline bench press you're shoulders will get a lot stronger since they become more involved the more vertical you get.
Anything that strengthens your front delts will help also.