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    Dumbbell Fly- Shoulder

    Should I retract my scapulars while doing dumbbell fly like dumbbell press or BP? I like doing dumbbell fly (mostly incline), but recently I am feeling uncomfortable in my shoulder, and start having clicking sound. I figure I might not be performing this exercise correctly, any tips on this exercise you can provide? Thank you!!!
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    Really you should avoid altogether. It's not good for shoulders. Or do it on the floor.
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    I too get that clicking sound with rear delt flys, so I never do them. Not worth risking a shoulder injury in my opinion. I do have decent rear delts though. Probaby from rows, pullups, and deadlifts.
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    Originally Posted by radrd View Post
    Really you should avoid altogether. It's not good for shoulders. Or do it on the floor.
    This, flyes are an absolute trash retarded exercise. If you want a chest iso the machine flye is infinitely better and way safer
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