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Video – Cable

Standing Cable Crossover

To get yourself into the starting position, place the pulleys on a high position,  select the resistance to be used and hold the pulleys in each hand. Step forward in front of an imaginary straight line between both pulleys while pulling your arms together in…


Straight Arm Pulldown

You will start by grabbing the wide bar from the top pulley of a pulldown machine and using a wider than shoulder-width pronated (palms down) grip. Step backwards two feet or so. Stand with a slight bend in your torso forward at the waist, and…


Kneeling Iso Lat Pull Downs

Begin by attaching handles to two pulleys and selecting a moderately challenging weight. Grab handles and get into a comfortable kneeling position. Your arms should be fully extended. This is your starting position. Slowly, while keeping your body straight and upright, pull the handles down,…


Wide Grip Lat Pull Downs

Sit down on a pull-down machine with a wide bar attached to the top pulley. Make sure that you adjust the knee pad of the machine to fit your height. These pads will prevent your body from being raised by the resistance attached to the…


Single Arm Cable Row

  Adjust the height of the pulley — this can be either horizontal to your extended arm or higher. Kneel on one knee in front of the pulley (use a mat if needed) Lean over as you keep the natural alignment of your back and…


Cable Chest Press

  Adjust the weight to an appropriate amount and be seated, grasping the handles. Your upper arms should be about 45 degrees to the body, with your head and chest up. The elbows should be bent to about 90 degrees. This will be your starting…


Seated High Row

  Sit down on the floor in front of a cable/pulley with a V-Bar attached. Grab the V-bar with the palms facing each other (a neutral grip). Stick your chest out and lean yourself back slightly (around 30-degrees) in order to better engage the lats….