Monday, November 5, 2012

How To Do Inclined Bench Dumbbell Reverse Flye



Do you want a strong shoulders? Of course you do! Having a strong back is absolutely essential to functional strength and aesthetics. On this blog I've written a lot of articles about how to strengthen your shoulders, and today I'm adding another to the list. That's just how important I believe the functional strength is to a healthy body.

How To Do Inclined Bench Reverse Flyes

You'll need an inclined bench and a pair of dumbbells for this exercise. You should warm up before any strenuous exercise, so grab a pair of light weight dumbbells. Adjust the inclined bench to a 45 degree angle. Next, it on the bench with your chest leaning on its back support. Allow your arms to fully extend toward the floor. Now, use your shoulder and upper back muscles to raise raise the weights until your arms are perpendicular to your body. Lower your arms to the starting position. Repeat this for nine more reps.

Now grab a heavier pair of dumbbells. If your goal is strength, go for heavy weights and lower reps (5 sets of 4-6 reps) whereas if you want to tone your muscles concentrate on lots of reps using light weights (3 sets of 10 - 15 reps).

Inclined bench reverse dumbbell flyes can be used alongside pull ups, and the overhead press to give you powerful shoulders. Make good use of this exercise.

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