37 Replies to “How to Do an Incline Dumbbell Fly | Chest Workout”

  1. why the fuck you are watching this ?
    Go straight to gym…
    I came here only cos i need a new workout exercises .

  2. Yes i mean it. You are smart if you understand you need to eat right at your age to kill your belly.

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  3. Thanks man. I love how you give injury prevention info. Saving my back 😀  You seem like such a nice guy too. Welcome change from the tough guy image that all the youtube trainers seem to have.

  4. Thank you, you make this look easy and now I know why my shoulder hurts to heavy weights 🙂

  5. This exercise is a mass builder lmao any exercise which places stress on a muscle is a mass builder. This exercise does not "shape" your muscles. You cannot "shape" your muscles. Your muscles have a pre determined genetic shape.

  6. omg .. i was looking for this answers about differences b/w press and fly and i didn't get it anywhere.. u just know how to teach awesome. great job sir. thanks a lot. im watching all your videos right after this. thanks a lottt..

  7. EXERCISE INSTRUCTIONS

    Grasp a set of dumbbells and sit on the end of a flat bench with the dumbbells resting on your thighs.

    Lay back on the bench and extend your arms out, holding the dumbbells above your body with a neutral grip (palms facing each other). The dumbbells should not be touching. Keep your feet planted on the floor for balance. Bend your arms slightly. This is the starting position for the exercise.

    Slowly lower the dumbbells out to your sides in a semi-circle. Rotate at the shoulders only, keep your arms slightly bent.

    Once the dumbbells get about level with your chest, squeeze the chest muscles and raise the dumbbells back up using the same path of motion (semi circle) as you did on the way down.

    Without letting the dumbbells touch, slowly lower them again.
    Repeat for desired reps.

    ​Dumbbell Fly Tips:

    This exercise should be done slowly, focusing on the stretch and contraction of the pectoral muscles.

    Don't pause or let the dumbbells touch at the top of the exercise.

    Use a full range of motion by lowering the dumbbells as far as comfortably possible.

    Always use a wide semi circle motion when doing this exercise, and don't allow the dumbbells to come too close to the body.

  8. Bad form is shown in this video imho. The gentleman obviously knows how to work his body (look at his definition) pero he is adding considerable pressure to and strain to his inner elbow tendons etc which is a good way to get tendonosis in that area. Also you will not be able to put as much weight on you dumbels this way without injury. My preference is usinh more elbow bend at the bottom of the motion and adding more weight. This keeps the weight “centered” at the bottom of the motion w less stress on the weaker elbow area and allows more isolation on the actual target muscles of the upper chest and inner shoulder areas which he makes clear is the target muscle group.

  9. Big up this guy for actually doing them right. Flyes are a single joint movement. Seen so many people doing them like a press

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