the incline bench press focuses on the upper pectorals, and the upper back and shoulder muscles.
Any muscles in your arms.
It mainly works the Deltoid muscles, but also works the Triceps Brachii and Trapezius.
If you are referring to the dumbbell bench press, which works both arms independently, then the muscles being worked are mainly the pectoral and tricep muscles. Other muscles that are indirectly involved are the shoulder (deltoids and trapezius) and the lats (latissimus dorsi).
Push ups. As you work you shoulder muscles more than you would in a bench.
The popular Bench Press method works, the Pectoral (Pecks) Muscles (Bottom and top), as well as the Shoulder and the third Triceps Muscle.
deltoids are the back shoulder muscles and trapezoids are the muscles around the shoulder/neck/back area
The bench press primarily works the pectorals (major/minor), but secondarily develops the triceps brachii (extends elbow), the anterior deltoid (flexes shoulder), and the coracobrachialis (assists shoulder flexion). More emphasis can be placed on secondary musculature by varying body angle and grip.
Your gluetes or gloots or how ever you say it. Your butt muscles are doing the work. Your shoulder and partly your tricep depending on how you ride it.
There are several muscles working when pitching. Starts of with the abductor muscles when striding. leg muscles such as the calf, quads and hamstring work when push of happens. then shoulder girdle, lats and biceps work as arms rotate. Core muscles work for rotation
Workout the major muscles of your upper body if you want muscles in your upper body 1. Bench Press, Dumbbell Press - Chest 2. Pull Ups & Lat Pull Down - Lats 3. Military Press & Lateral Raises - Shoulder
The muscles used in the leg press exercise are your Quads primarily. Hamstring gets a good work out too.