Another method of doing reverse shoulder fly’s is by using the Butterfly machine. The rear deltoid are the primary movers in this exercise along with the rhomboids and mid traps.
The reverse fly is a great way to target the posterior muscles of the upper back, including the rhomboids and the traps muscles.
This exercise is used to strengthen the rear deltoid muscles. Make sure to keep your elbows high throughout the movement, this will keep an emphasis on your rear delts.
Cable seated lateral raise increases strength of the rear part of the shoulder region, while increasing stability throughout the core.
The Cable rope rear delt row requires a special technique. You need to keep your torso straight without arching your lower back and your elbows in the same position throughout the exercise, so you can really hit your rear delts.
The Cable rear delt fly mainly targets the posterior muscle. The key here is to do this exercise with very slow motion to get the best out of it and feel your rear delts burn.
The bent over cable lateral raise is a great exercise for targeting your rear deltoids, traps and lower back. The cable machine offers a consistent resistance than a a dumbbell bent over raise.
This exercise is great for your upper back and shoulders. The dumbbell bent over delt raise is a variation of the standard rear delt row that allows you to use a bench to stabilize your movement.
Rear deltoid row is an isolation exercise and are a great way to work your upper body parts heavily concentrating on the posterior deltoid muscle.