Single Arm Dumbbell Flyes

Exercise Tips

  • Keep your back flat on the bench
  • Do not use your resting arm for support, simply rest it next to you
  • Perform with a spotter

Single Arm Dumbbell Flyes

This exercise targets your middle chest and provides a low cardio benefit. It also works your shoulders and triceps.

Muscle Group

Pectoralis Major (Middle Chest), Deltoids (Shoulders), Triceps

Frequency

2 days a Week to
3 days a Week

Equipment

Flat Bench, Dumbbell

Cardiovascular Benefit

Low

Muscle Group: Pectoralis Major (Middle Chest), Deltoids (Shoulders), Triceps

Equipment: Flat Bench, Dumbbell

Minimum Frequency: 2 days a Week

Maximum Frequency: 3 days a Week

Cardiovascular Benefit: Low

Exercise Category: Middle Chest


Starting Position: Lie on the flat bench, face up with your knees bent, feet on the platform. Hold a dumbbell in one hand with an underhand grip and extend your arm straight out to your sides. Your upper arm should be parallel with the floor and your forearm angled out wide. Rest your other arm on the bench by your side.

  1. 1 Exhaling, slowly bring your
    hand up until it is directly over your chest. Keep your arm extended and elbow bent the entire time.
  2. 2 Hold for a one count, then inhale and slowly lower your arms back down to starting
    position.
  3. 3 Repeat this exercise until you have completed all repetitions for the set.

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