Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do STANDING REVERSE CABLE FLY.
The Standing Cable Reverse Fly is a excellent exercise that targets the posterior deltoids a.k.a. the back of the shoulders.
Watch the STANDING REVERSE CABLE FLY: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform STANDING REVERSE CABLE FLY:
1. Stand between a cable crossover machine with your feet shoulder width apart and set the cable pulley so the handles are close to parallel to your shoulders.
2. Reach across your body with one arm to grab the cable crossover machine handle on the opposite side, then repeat with the other arm so you’re holding both handles.
3. With a slight lean back to keep your chest upright, lock down your upper torso and pull your arms to the sides to form a “T” with your body while squeezing your shoulder blades together. At this point your arms should be parallel to the floor.
4. After a slight pause, under control, slowly reverse the movement back to the starting position and repeat.
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