Y adduction

Level: 1 2 3

Chest, Back, Abdominals

Starting position:

Standing facing away from the anchor point

Strap length:

Fully lengthened

Functional classification:



Legs together. Grip at hip level.
Take a pelvic-width step back with your left foot;
Raise arms diagonally, lower body, resting on toes;
Do a Y - induction.
Strong active plank, elbows soft;
Don't drop your shoulders below the level of your hands.

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

Y is a 2-level cast on FISIO functional loops.

This exercise works out the pectoral muscles perfectly, in particular the pectoralis minor muscle. Since this muscle participates in the act of breathing, allows you to fully perform hand movements, strength and flexibility are necessary for it. A shortened muscle can lead to pain in the heart area and excessive tension in the interscapular area.

For people who lead a sedentary lifestyle, it is recommended to regularly perform strength and flexibility exercises for the pectoral muscles. This will help to avoid slouching and back pain.