Cable Decline Chest Fly



  • Adjust the cables so they are set on one of the highest settings. Grab one handle then reach for the other one. Stand with one foot forward of the other with your knees slightly bent.

  • With your elbows slightly bent, pull your arms down at an angle to meet in front of your body. Your elbows should stay bent slightly. Pause when your hands are near each other, then resist the movement as the weights lower.

  • Your gym may have a specific machine that does this motion, but here we have pictured how to execute it with cables.

  • Chest 

  • Arms 

  • Pectoralis major, Pectoralis minor, Biceps brachii, Anterior deltoid

  • TIP: Keep your shoulders down with your focus angled towards the floor.


Variations for Cable Decline Chest Fly

  • Chest Fly

    You will strengthen your chest and biceps muscles with this exercise and get a stretch across your entire chest while you do the exercise.

  • Cable Standing Fly

    This variation of chest fly also works your stability muscles in your chest and shoulders which develop functional strength needed in activities like tennis or baseball.

 

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