Standing Chest (Low) Fly With Resistance Bands

Exercise / Chest, Upper Chest


You want to strengthen your chest muscles with a low-impact workout? Try this Standing Chest Fly With Resistance Bands Exercise. Standing Chest Fly With Resistance Bands Exercise strengthens the entire chest area, including the lungs and heart. It is an exercise that strengthens the whole chest area.


How to perform the exercise


  • Anchor: Use the door anchor at the bottom of the door to secure the band to the door.
  • Bands: Fasten both ends of the band(s) 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 little bend in it, pointing down 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 on the handle until your arm is directly in front of your chest. Return to your original location (controlling the resistance).
  • Repeat.

Exercise Tips

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

Exercise Benefits

Standing One Arm Chest Fly With Fitness Exercise Bands From a Low Anchor is a great workout. The exercise’s angle is ideal for targeting upper chest muscle fibres. Do you want to make this workout even more challenging? At the end of each rep, squeeze your pecs firmly.