How To: Dumbbell Flys On A Flat Bench

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  1. WUBL HQ / July 17, 2015

    Do you pinch your shoulder blades while doing this? please help 

  2. Genocide Lv / July 19, 2015

    1:33 you came to the dark side huh

  3. Ridalia / August 15, 2015

    Welcome to snap city

    • Detective John Kimble / August 25, 2015

      +Ridalia How so? Only faggots who support that steroid junkie Fletcher say
      “snap city”.

    • Un Millon de besos / August 26, 2015

      +Detective John Kimble snap city is from the hodge twins.

    • Ridalia / August 27, 2015

      +Detective John Kimble
      The people who are in or have been in the snap city probably watched tis vid

  4. Artur G / August 20, 2015

    WARNING! Do not perform the exercise the way he does it. Don’t listen to
    someone who doesn’t start their tutorial by explaining how important is
    scapula retraction during chest exercises. To perform this correctly, make
    sure your shoulder blades are together in a down position. When you start
    the exercise, keep your elbows locked at 40-45 degrees and don’t go below
    parallel to your body.
    This is really important if you want to keep your shoulders healthy.
    Muscle contraction (squeeze your pecs) is the key.
    Stay safe

    • Mathematics / February 9, 2016

      +Hendrik BjarniJ here, why can't I see my comment when I'm logged
      on another account than BjarniJ? Is it hidden from public?
      I commented:

      Things are certainly “bad” or “good”, as a MD you know that. Some motions
      make you prone to injury, and over-extending your shoulder joint with
      weights on it CERTAINLY DOES THIS. But if you’re adamant on having some
      “new” and “updated” information that you feel rebukes what we’re saying,
      feel free to share it.

    • Hendrik / February 16, 2016

      I think in terms of balance between load and loading capacity. Some
      exercises put more strain on joints, ligaments and muscles. It’s no
      problem, unless you exceed the capacity of the structures, then injury can
      be the result. People often hurt themselves, because they copy an exercise
      from another (better trained) individual, but forget that everything needs
      to be adapted to their body. This exercise is not “bad”, but using too
      heavy weights can result in injury. There are better exercises that do
      almost the same, but put less strain on the joint. That said, the best
      results are when you vary your exercises. Many people do the same thing
      over-and-over again and try to force it in a specific ROM. The body is
      highly adaptable, so positive results will diminish over time. Most of the
      time, the body chooses the best ROM. This exercise can be a good exercise
      for some individuals. Arnold Schwarzenegger did these, without any
      problems. I’m not Arnold, so I do different things. Muscles adapt quicker
      compared to ligaments. One reason people injure themselves is they progress
      too quickly. Ligaments need more time to adapt, especially over 30-years.

      What I want to say is, don’t think in terms of good or bad, but do the
      exercises what is good for your body. This bad exercise can be a good
      exercise for some people, … but not all.

    • Patty Thompson / June 4, 2016

      lol good joke

  5. Rob Williams / December 18, 2015

    Very good explanation and also nicely demonstrated.

  6. Awkward Alan / January 23, 2016

    maybe put ur feed ONTO the banch if like me (and him in the vid) your legs
    are not long enough.. his back is severely hollowed, you can put another
    dumbell under his lower back :/ same with regular benchpress.. a hollowed
    back is rarely very good when lifting weights. he’s half-right though,
    never lock your ellbows in any exercise, especially when there is weight on
    your arms. it takes away weight from your muscles and ruins your joints
    over time.

    2 mistakes here :///

  7. aibel99 / January 27, 2016

    hate this excercise because when I lift just 16kg it feels like my arms are
    going to snap off from the shoulders joint.
    with the cable machine I can lift the whole Dam stack. am I doing something
    wrong?

    • Dubhe Nepomuceno / April 4, 2016

      machines aren’t really that challenging, but don’t let that stop you from
      using them. I prefer barbel and dumbbell exercises than machines, but I
      often do machine exercises if it’s part of the program.

    • aibel99 / April 14, 2016

      +Dubhe Nepomuceno i use barbell for all excercises except this particular
      one. This particular one just causes injury IMO

  8. Ulph Wahlbom / January 29, 2016

    My favourite excercise, heavy as hell… :)

  9. Thomas D / February 14, 2016

    thanks Scott

  10. Leo S / February 20, 2016

    Yay!

  11. SubZeroMG4u / February 29, 2016

    20s ? lol im doing flys with 66s lol .. noway in hell u can hold straight
    arms at higher weight

    • Oscar Pinto / July 12, 2016

      you probably doing it wrong

    • SubZeroMG4u / July 12, 2016

      thats a joke right? i do with good form just said u cant keep “Straight”
      arms .. and u dont have to .. a little bent …just gotta keep them bent
      the whole time from 1 end to the other.

  12. akash babu / March 24, 2016

    are those 20kg each

    • Dávur í Dali / March 27, 2016

      +akash babu 20 pounds. so 9 kg.

  13. donald sylvester / March 24, 2016

    Get a headset microphone. sound is lousy.

  14. Peter2kx / April 24, 2016

    Wait.. Aren’t you suppose to bend your elbows more? Even with this “slight”
    bend you talk about, that still is putting a lot of pressure on your
    elbows..

  15. Joshua Williams / June 13, 2016

    I love this guy’s accent. Boston.

  16. Aman Saxena / June 17, 2016

    my outer part of chest are paining hard.

  17. Shannon Riley / July 14, 2016

    I noticed your lower back come off the mat…. I’d mention keeping your
    core tight and drawing your belly button into your spine…. otherwise your
    clients are going to get lower back pain!

  18. Suck my Finger / July 17, 2016

    Is this better than bench press for gaining chest size?

  19. Jake Mars / July 19, 2016

    when u are doing bench press with barbell you’re activating the triceps
    too… i think dumbell flys are the future of pure chest workout!

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