The reverse pec deck is a great variation of the traditional pec deck. The reverse pec deck provides an increased range of motion compared to other machines, it’s versatile for different exercises, and it allows you to begin with your arms extended in front of you rather than behind.
This exercise can be used as part of your upper body or even lower body workouts. It is important that you use proper form when performing this exercise because doing otherwise could cause injury . You should always be sure that the bench you are using has been properly adjusted before beginning any exercise on it.
The reverse pec deck machine is a great way to target the chest muscles in a unique and effective way. This exercise is perfect for those wanting to develop their upper body muscles, as it targets both the pectoralis major and minor.
When you first begin using this exercise on your workout plan, make sure that you start with low weights until you become more accustomed to the motion of the movement. This will help prevent injury from occurring while completing this exercise.
In order to complete a proper reverse pec deck, stand facing away from this piece of equipment with your feet shoulder-width apart and grasp onto one handle in each hand with palms facing up towards the ceiling. Bring your arms together as if hugging yourself before slowly extending them back
What is the Reverse Pec Deck
You know that area of your shoulders which is very difficult to hit- the rear delts? The Reverse Pec Dec works those out for you!
The deltoids, also known as the shoulders, are made up of three muscles: the anterior (front), medial (middle) and posterior (back). The deltoid muscle is responsible for shoulder movement. This means that it plays an important role in activities such as throwing a ball or lifting one’s arms above their head.
The most important muscle in this region is called the rotator cuff because it stabilizes your arm when you raise it to throw a ball or swing a racquetball racquet. Another key group of muscles is known as adductors because they pull your arm into your body when you lift up an object from a table top level for instance. This collection of muscles helps us do things like type on our keyboards or carry items with ease!
The anterior deltoid is located in the front of your shoulder and is one of the three muscles that make up your deltoid muscle. The anterior deltoid can be difficult to develop because it’s much smaller than other parts of the deltoids, but it has an important function in lifting objects overhead. It also helps with arm rotation when you throw a ball or write on a chalkboard.
The anterior (front) delt is one of three parts that makes up your shoulder muscles known as the Delts. These are located at different points along your shoulders and are responsible for various movements depending on which part they are connected to. Generally speaking, these can be developed through weight training exercises using a reverse peck deck machine.
The medial delt is one of the smaller muscles in the human body, but it plays an integral role in maintaining proper shoulder function. The medial deltoid is attached to the scapula and clavicle via tendons, making its contraction important for lifting your arms up overhead or bringing them down against resistance. It also helps rotate your arm inwardly when you hold a weight in front of you with your palm facing away from you.
The medial deltoid is located at the backside of your shoulder between two other very well-known muscles: the lateral (outer) head and posterior (rear) head. There are many ways that this muscle can be challenged through training, including barbells presses, cable cross-overs, dumbbell lateral raises, and many more.
The posterior delt is the third muscle of the three that make up the shoulder. It is found on your back, just under your spine and attaches to your arm bone. The posterior delt helps move arms forward and backward as well as rotate them inward and outward. This muscle can be targeted during any workout routine but exercises such as a chest press or a seated row are two good examples for strengthening this muscle group.
Why Train the Rear Delts?
One of the most common mistakes I see is people performing exercises that work their front delt, but neglecting to exercise their rear delt. The backside is just as important for a balanced physique and needs to be worked so it doesn’t become disproportionate.
There are many ways to target the rear delts, but one of my favorites is using cable rows with bent knees. This way engages your core muscles and helps you maintain good posture by keeping your spine straight during the movement.
This is a fact. When you develop your rear delts, they will make the shoulders in front of them look broader and more muscular which can contribute greatly to building up good posture over time!
The poses that engage these muscles are really helpful for standing tall with confidence or sitting at desks all day long without feeling too bad about how our bodies might be changing due lack-of movement elsewhere on the body (hip flexors).
If you’re looking for a way to get more confident in your body, then working out the rear delts of your shoulders is an easy place start. The lower portion of this muscle group connects on both sides with other important muscles like those found near our neck and down low where we sit when using items such as laptops or smartphones all day long!
Working these key areas will help keep us upright while also making sure that posture isn’t suffering due up against poor habits developed over time because people spend so much time staring at screens instead of moving around naturally.
How to Do the Reverse Pec Deck
The reverse pec deck is a machine that works your chest muscles. It has two handles, one located on each side of the machine. You can adjust the seat so that it fits you perfectly and then sit down in it. There are also foot pedals for your feet to rest on while you work out with this piece of equipment.
To get started, simply take hold of the handlebars and lean forward slightly until they are at about head height for you. Push them back toward yourself while squeezing your chest muscles together until they touch before returning to starting position again. Now repeat! If you would like more information or help with how to do the reverse pec deck correctly, please watch the video below!