Standing crossed-cable rear delt fly

The standing crossed-cable rear delt fly is an isolation exercise for the rear deltoids. It is usually performed for moderate to high reps, at least 8-12 reps per set, as part of an upper-body or shoulder-focused workout.

Benefits

  1. Builds size and definition in the shoulders, traps, and upper back
  2. Encourages shoulder health and balanced development
  3. The cable keeps constant tension on the muscles
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