Dumbbell rows with flys
Dumbbell flys are a great isolated chest exercise. Combining this with rows (bringing the dumbbell up to your chest) adds a new element. The bent over row builds your back muscles and strength. The back is a muscle group that requires a fair amount of variation, so experiment with different angles and hand positions.
Ultimate Guide to Dumbbell rows with flys
- Hold a dumbbell in each hand.
- Hinge forward with your torso and then begin the row movement by driving the elbows behind the body while retracting the shoulder blades.
- Keep your torso still so that there is no swinging movement. Lift the weights to your side.
- As you breathe out, continue lifting the dumbbells up until your arms are parallel to the ground.
- Pause at the top of the movement and bring the weights back to your initial position as you breathe in.
Alternate the rows and flys.
The Benefits of Dumbbell rows with flys
Build back muscle and strength. Flys target the front, middle, and posterior regions of your deltoids.
Muscle groups worked with Dumbbell rows with flys