Tips - Dumbbell Flys - how not to not to strain the shoulders.

  • CanYouKeepUp

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    Dec 16, 2012 9:56 PM GMT
    You can reduce shoulder rotation (and not strain the shoulder) if you allow for a bend in the elbows at the bottom of the movement. Do not allow your upper arm to break too far below the plane of the bench; the goal is to build the pecs, not to strain the shoulders.
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    Dec 26, 2012 4:31 PM GMT
    that's good advice...I often find myself not feeling enough resistance and "burn", that lets me know my workout is challenging enough to strengthen and take my strength / mass level higher when using more comfortable Lbs for dumbbell I'll keep that in mind if I'm using a heavier dumbbell, I need to focus on that fluidity you're mentioning and not just trying to bang out reps.

    any other advice for really pushing oneself on dumbbell flies in all their variations?