The reverse flye from a bent-over position allows you to change spine position to one that's less extended while zeroing in on the rear delts in more isolation.

The rotary component of this exercise targets a forgotten function of the rear delt that many lifters miss. Watching the video, you'll see that my hands and arms finish in external rotation. Making this modification to your reverse flye will pay huge dividends for rear delt development.

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