How to do a Low Cable Chest Fly

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About Low Cable Chest Fly

Sets Logged
895,090
Popularity Rank
171st
Difficulty
Intermediate
Chest Strength
67 mSCORE 50th
Equipment Required
Primary Muscles
Secondary Muscles

Instructions: How To

Low Cable Chest Fly is an isolation exercise that primarily targets the chest. By using a low pulley setup, you emphasize the lower part of the chest more than other Fly variations. The cables provide consistent tension throughout the movement, and allow for greater control over the angle of resistance, enhancing muscle activation.

  1. Position the dual cables to their lowest position and stand upright in a staggered stance holding the cable handles with an underhand grip next to your hips.
  2. Slightly bend your elbows and bring the cables to upper chest height ending the motion with your palms facing the ceiling and the handles close together.
  3. Lower the handles to the starting position and repeat.

Sets & Reps: How many to do

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    8
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    1 Rep Max
    25
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  • intermediate
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    reps
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