Standing Chest (High) Fly With Resistance Bands

Exercise / Chest, Lower Chest


The chest fly exercise is a very efficient exercise for both men and women, and it is a good exercise for all levels of physical fitness. As we age, we need to take care of our chest and shoulder muscles to prevent injuries, and the best and most efficient exercise for this is to do chest fly. Standing Chest Fly With Resistance Bands Exercise strengthens the entire chest area, including the lungs and heart. All these areas are important in keeping us healthy.


How to perform the exercise


  • Anchor: With the door anchor at the top of the door, secure the band to the door.
  • Bands: Fasten both ends of the band to one handle and hold it in one hand.

Body Position:

  • With your active side towards the door, stand 3 to 4 feet away from it.
  • Position your arm with a slight bend in it, pointing up towards the door anchor.
  • The palm of your hand should be facing forward.
  • Maintain a straight back, a straight head, a straight chest, and feet that are shoulder width apart.


  • Pull the handle down and around your arm until it is directly in front of your chest.

Exercise Tips

  • Throughout the exercise, keep your arm locked with a little bend in your elbow.
  • When pulling the handle, keep your shoulders upright and do not rotate your upper body.

Exercise Benefits

A wonderful variation on the Mid Height Fly is the Standing Chest Fly With Resistance Bands from a High Anchor position. In this variant, the anchor position pulls your arm down while it pulls across your body from a higher position. As a result, the work load on the lower Chest Muscle Fibers will be increased.