How To Cable Crossover
Cable Crossover Benefits
- Cable crossover exercise is an excellent exercise to stretch your chest muscles, increase the range of motion and shred chest muscles. There are 3 types of movement. These types vary depending on how you use the station. In the pulley system, your direction of pulling the cables and the height you connect the rope allow you to target the upper, middle and lower parts of your chest muscles separately.
- The tension in the cable provides a softer and more continuous resistance than free weights that can be affected by momentum. Thanks to constant resistance, it triggers the work of many small stabilizing muscles in your chest in addition to the pectoral muscles.
- Thanks to free work, you do not experience muscle imbalance, your muscles develop equally and you feel that you are experiencing pump at the end of the exercise.
Muscles worked in the Cable Crossover
Target - Pectoralis Major, Sternal
Synergists - Pectoralis Major, Clavicular and Lower
Synergists - Anterior Deltoid
Synergists - Biceps Brachii
Stabilizers - Brachialis
Stabilizers - Triceps Brachii
Stabilizers - Wrist Flexors