Isolated Cable Flye: Quite a lot of gym goers have their perception of a norm when performing cable cross over flyes. With the wide range of origin of the pectorals (clavicle, sternum, costal cartilages, rectus sheath). A specific norm of doing cable flyes does not exist, especially if you are trying to isolate/put more tension on certain areas of the chest. Here, my focus is on the middle lower corner of my chest, standing upright with the resistance coming from the lateral side, higher than my chest for a diagonal path. I do singles on this to be able to cross the midline for a tighter squeeze at the end of the range.
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