What Muscle Does a Dumbbell Fly Work?

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A dumbbell fly is a really great way to work out a few key muscles. Find out what muscle a dumbbell fly actually works out with help from a longtime personal trainer in this free video clip.

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This is Stephany with Elevate Fitness, and today we're going to talk about what muscles a dumbbell fly works. Now the muscles that a dumbbell fly works is actually going to be your chest muscle which is both the pectoralis major and the pectoralis minor. The pectoralis major is actually a muscle that attaches from the sternum all the way through to the upper arm and that's going to be the bigger muscle. Your pectoralis minor is going to be the muscle that attaches from your clavicle bone all the way up to the upper bone as well. This is Stephany with Elevate Fitness, and we just talked about what muscles a dumbbell fly works, get lifted.

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