Reverse Fly With Resistance Bands

Exercise / Posterior Deltoid


The Reverse Fly With Resistance Bands is a great exercise to build strength in the chest, shoulders, triceps, and back. It is not only effective for strengthening your back muscles, but it’s also suitable for improving your overall flexibility. It’s a great exercise for working out your shoulders and back muscles.


Type : Isolation, Isolateral

Joint Action : Transverse Extension

How to perform the exercise


  • Anchor: required.
  • Bands: Attach each end of the band to a handle.

Body Position:

  • Grasp a handle in each hand and stand 3 to 4 feet away from the door with your back to it.
  • Maintain a straight chest, a straight head, and slightly bent legs.
  • With elbows at shoulder height and palms facing in, your arms should be straight and pointed towards the anchor.


  • Pull the handles back and around, shifting your arms from in front of your body to the side.

Exercise Tips

  • As you pull back, maintain a slight bend in your elbow.

Exercise Benefits

The Posterior Deltoids are targeted and worked by the Reverse Fly With Resistance Bands (Rear Shoulder Muscles). This exercise duplicates the Rear Shoulder’s function and pits it against Linear Progressive Resistance. As a result, you’ll have the perfect amount of resistance at the perfect time during your reps.