TRX Chest Fly
TRX Chest Flyes are a great exercise for the chest muscles. Like push ups, it is a superior exercise because anytime you are moving your body instead of moving an object in your hands, you are using more muscle and using more energy. For this reason, the TRX Chest Fly is superior to dumbbell chest flyes. For example, performing a dumbbell chest fly doesn’t use as much muscle because your torso is supported by a bench during the exercise. The reason TRX Chest Flyes are superior is because the handles of the TRX system also move freely. This requires even more muscles to activate in order to stabilize you. Although they require the TRX system, the equipment is light and portable so they can also be done anywhere.
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The primary mover is the pectoralis major, the front deltoids and the triceps muscles.
- While positioned on dip bars, start in the up, extended position.
- Inhale as you slowly lower yourself to the lowest point that is still comfortable to your shoulders. (generally no lower than your upper arm being parallel to the floor.
- Exhale as you return to the starting position.
- Repeat until fatigued.
- Push Ups
Check out the List of Exercises by Body Part.