one-arm cable pulls

Muscle Groups

chest serratus
The one-arm cable pull is a unilateral resistance exercise that primarily targets the latissimus dorsi, biceps, and core muscles. To perform this exercise, stand facing a cable machine with the pulley positioned at the top of the machine. Hold the handle of the cable with one hand and step back until there is tension on the cable. Keep your feet shoulder-width apart, engage your core muscles, and pull the cable down towards your side, keeping your elbow close to your body throughout the movement. Exhale as you pull the cable down and inhale as you return to the starting position. Complete the desired number of reps on one side before switching sides. The one-arm cable pull is a versatile exercise that can be performed in a variety of ways to increase or decrease the level of resistance. For example, adjusting the cable height, changing the handle attachment, or using a different grip can all impact the muscles worked and the level of intensity. Additionally, the one-arm cable pull is a great exercise for improving unilateral strength imbalances and promoting proper balance and stability throughout the body. It can be incorporated into upper body workouts or full body routines depending on your fitness goals and needs.