Reverse Fly - Resistance Band
Upper Body Resistance Band Exercises Video Series
The reverse fly is our next resistance band exercise in this video
When doing this workout, you will be targeting the shoulders and upper
There are many muscles strengthened and used during this move.
These muscles include the posterior deltoid, rhomboid and the middle
The primary muscle used during this resistance band exercise is the
rhomboid. It is located in the upper back and shoulders.
The trapezius is one of the major back muscles. It is divided into
three areas; upper, middle and lower fibers.
The deltoid is a rounded, triangle shaped muscle located at the
uppermost part of the arm and the top of the shoulder.
So with this exercise, you are strengthening many areas of the upper
Exercise #4 - Reverse Fly
This resistance band exercise can be done standing up straight or bent
over with back even with the ground. The instructions below are a bent
over reverse fly.
Place the resistance band under both feet with legs shoulder width
- Gripping the band on each end with both hands, place arms
next to your side.
- Bend over at the waist until upper body is parallel with
- Now slowly lift both arms straight out to each side,
lifting up to about shoulder height. Keep your elbows slightly
bent during this exercise.
- Slowly return to starting position.
- Repeat for 6 to 16 repetitions.
while you lift your arms and inhale while you return to starting
Watch the video below to ensure you are doing the this move
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