Pectoral fly

The chest fly or pectoral fly (abbreviated to pec fly) primarily works the pectoralis major muscles to move the arms horizontally forward. If medially (internally) rotated, it is assisted in this by the anterior (front) head of the deltoideus in transverse flexion. If laterally (externally) rotated, the contribution of the deltoid is lessened and the pec major is strongly emphasized as the …

The fly machine is ideal for increasing chest strength and muscle mass by targeting the pectoralis muscles. You have two sets of pectoral muscles on each side of the front of your chest: the pectoralis major and the pectoralis minor.

The pec fly machine works your chest primarily. However, muscles at the front of your shoulders and even your abs get in on the action to assist and stabilize. What Muscles Does the Pec Fly Machine Work? | Livestrong.com

The BodyMax Platinum Pectoral Fly is a perfect choice for commercial and independent gyms, PT studios and fitness studios. The machine is built on an exceptionally robust platform with heavy gauge steel, finished in a high quality electro-static metallic paint. PLATINUM PECTORAL FLY FEATURES

The Axiom Series Pectoral Fly/Rear Deltoid is a two-in-one machine that offers pectoral and deltoid workouts. The sleek design is inviting to exercisers of all fitness levels and abilities.

Kettelbell Fly Hold the kettlebells over your chest as you did in the press, but turn your palms to face each other. Using a wide arc from the shoulders, lower your arms with elbows slightly bent until you feel a good stretch across the chest.