Jeremy Scott here, Jeremy Scott Fitness. We're talking about deltoids and shoulder flies. Shoulder flies are a great complementary exercise to any shoulder strength training program. It's an amazing way to target the medial delts and get your shoulders looking and feeling exactly how you want them to. When performing a shoulder fly, you'll grab a set of dumbbells with your knees bent, back straight, chest out. With your arms slightly bent, you'll raise from your starting position at your waist all the way up to about shoulder level or parallel 90 degrees. You'll simply lower back down to your starting position in a slow and controlled tempo and simply repeat for the prescribed amount of repetitions. One of the biggest mistakes beginners make when doing shoulder flies is grabbing a load or a weight way too heavy than they are comfortable with. It's a significant difference from what you would do with your overhead shoulder press. So start small and build your strength up from there. In your next training session, look to throw in some shoulder flies to really work your medial delts and give yourself a nice variation on your typical shoulder training movements. I'm Jeremy Scott, Jeremy Scott Fitness.