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5 Great Things About Working Out on the Cable Machine. by Julia Malacoff. September 25, 2019. No Comments.
Share it: Given the popularity of functional fitness and Olympic lifting, cable machines aren’t exactly trendy at the moment. But that doesn’t mean you should pass by this classic workout equipment. 5 Great Things About Working Out on the Cable Machine. Given the popularity of functional fitness and Olympic lifting, cable machines aren’t exactly trendy at the moment.
But that doesn’t mean you should pass by this classic workout equipment. With the cable pulley at lower-chest height, begin sideways to the cable machine. Grasp the D-handle attachment with both hands and bring the handle to the center of the chest.
From an athletic position (half squat) with your feet just outside hip-width, press the cable straight out from the chest. The cable machine is one of the most popular pieces of equipment in the gym. There always seems to be a wait for it, and you’re just as likely to see a meathead pumping out.
The cable pulley machine comes in two varieties: the tall, wide cable crossover machine (which occasionally features a pull-up bar on top), and the single adjustable column. Nick Tumminello, recipient of the 2016 NSCA Personal Trainer of the Year award, is here to explain the uses and exercises for the former machine. Use a cable machine to quickly put together an extremely effective full-body workout. 0 Shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Training in a. Less stress is put on the joints and more on the targeted muscle groups.
Regularly performing cable exercises fully develops the symmetry and the muscle fiber recruitment of the desired muscle group. Cable exercises are ideal for stretching. Cables put stress. Don’t let the cable machine intimidate you — it’s easier to use than you think. Stack on a light weight (start with 10 pounds or fewer) and position the carriage so it’s even with your chest.
Other things that use cable drive systems include cranes and some weightlifting machines. Cable drives can be beneficial over belt or chain systems because they don’t need a continuous loop to operate, and the cable can be attached to things other than more pulleys. For example, a crane uses cable to pull in and let out the hook block it uses. Cable press. This pulling exercise targets your chest muscles.
Muscles worked: Pectorals, deltoids, and serratus anterior. 1. Select your desired weight and stand sideways, left side next to a cable machine. Hold onto the cable handle with your inside (left) hand.
Walk away from the machine until your left arm is outstretched; keep your elbow soft.
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