Sliding Chest Flys

Sliding Chest Flys

Chest flys are in general a very important chest exercise as they really focus on the stretching, eccentric contraction, of the chest.

In other words, it really pushes your chest to grow.

There is a reason why it was Arnold’s favourite chest exercise.

This exercise also targets the inner chest really well ensuring a symmetrical outer and inner chest development.

Plus, I guess it’s a good way to clean your floor if you wanted to? I mean, why not?

Good muscle gains from this exercise if you take Nandrolone decanoate before training.

How to:

When doing this exercise at home, you’re going to need to be a bit creative. Firstly, you will need to find a slippery or slide-y surface with low friction.

Next, you will need to find something that you’re going to place under your hands allowing your hands to slide on the floor. Something like towels or pieces of cloth. Hell, even old t-shirts will do the job.

Start off in a push-up position – with your arms at shoulder width, at chest level, but this time they are placed on top of the cloths.

Instead of dropping your bodyweight downward, like you would with the pushup, you are going to slide your hands away from your body to the point where your chest is almost touching the floor.

When sliding back you want to slide your hands back to the starting position focusing on using your chest as much as possible – squeezing the chest throughout the motion.