Sup Y'all. Been back in the gym for a few months, lifting in the basement. My setup down there consists of: Incline/decline/flat bench Power rack Dip station Two barbells A bunch of plates Sadly, no db's. I'm trying to build my chest, but finding that benching with a bb tends to recruit more triceps, shoulders, and lats than pecs themselves. I'm aware of arm position and how it recruits muscle, but owing to an old hockey injury, I experience pain if I move my upper arm perpendicular to my body when benching. As such, I tend to bench with my arms tucked in, which takes a lot of the pecs out of the equation. I'm looking for exercise ideas to overcome this. I've been adding in forward-leaning dips and pushups, but still not see the chest recruitment I want. My arms seem to dominate most of these movements. Any ideas? Has anyone used those handles that attach to the top of the rack?