bent forward cable crossovers

Muscle Groups

chest inside middle and lower pectoral
Bent forward cable crossovers is a strength training exercise primarily targeting the inner pectoral muscles. The exercise is performed by standing with a staggered stance in front of a cable machine with the cable at arm's length. Then, leaning forward at a 45-degree angle, the exerciser pulls the cables together in front of the body, contracting the chest muscles. This exercise is performed with cables, which allow for a constant tension on the muscles throughout the movement. It also requires the exerciser to lean forward at a 45-degree angle, which puts additional stress on the upper chest muscles while isolating the inner chest muscles. Bent forward cable crossovers can be used as a supplemental exercise to build overall chest strength and mass, and can be an effective way to bring out the inner chest muscles for a more defined and aesthetically pleasing appearance.