Reverse Flies - Both-legged - Group: Flies

Type of exercise: Partial body exercise
Number of persons: One
Muscle Primary: Back, Shoulder
Muscle Secundary: Arm, Abdominis
Difficulty: Easy
Other: Hip height, 1 Sling
1. The upper body is erected by (almost) stretched elbow joints and simultaneous movement of the arms to the outside. 2. The upper body is brought back by returning the arms to the starting position.
In the final position, try to bring the scapulae as close together as possible to optimally load the upper back muscles. If you put the feet off, the exercise is much easier.

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Group: Flies

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A-Flies - Group: Flies Show Print
Type of exercise: Partial body exercise
Number of persons: One
Muscle Primary: Back, Shoulder
Muscle Secundary: Arm, Abdominis
Difficulty: Easy
Other: Hip height, 1 Sling
Reverse Flies - one-legged - Group: Flies Show Print
Type of exercise: Partial body exercise
Number of persons: One
Muscle Primary: Shoulder, Back
Muscle Secundary: Arm, Abdominis
Difficulty: Medium
Other: Shoulder height, 1 Sling
Y-Flies - one-legged - Group: Flies Show Print
Type of exercise: Partial body exercise
Number of persons: One
Muscle Primary: Back, Shoulder
Muscle Secundary: Abdominis, Arm
Difficulty: Easy
Other: 1 Sling, Shoulder height, Hip height
Reverse Flies - staggered foot position - Group: Flies Show Print
Type of exercise: Partial body exercise
Number of persons: One
Muscle Primary: Back, Shoulder
Muscle Secundary: Abdominis, Arm
Difficulty: Easy
Other: 1 Sling, Shoulder height