#2 Strengthen Your Back and Arms For Better Chest Exercises
Your back is your foundation so don’t neglect it when focusing on bench. You will want to build it up as much as possible by doing barbell rows that will isolate your upper back and lats. Triceps are also important and you can do close grip bench, floor press, dips and JM press to build them up.
Believe it or not you can also get some stabilization strength from working your biceps as well. The brachialis act as a stabilizer during bench press. A good exercise for this is hammer curls this will help the best chest exercises.
It’s important to remember to train back/arms on separate days, and separate them from chest for the best chest exercises. Lifting chest and then doing triceps after is not very effective because your triceps will be fatigued and won’t be at their full potential.