Crosses on inclined bench to cables

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Synonyms

The inclined bench cable crossover exercise is also known as an inclined bench cable crossover

Type of Exercise

Crosses on inclined bench at the cables is a monoarticular exercise / accessory

variants

  • Crosses on incline bench with dumbbells

Crosses on inclined bench to cables: Execution

The starting position sees the athlete sitting on a bench inclined at 20 ° and 45 °, with his back in his position of strength, legs apart and feet firmly resting on the ground behind the knees to favor the maintenance of the three natural curves of the back and to support weight more effectively. The elbows are slightly flexed, the wrists straight or flexed, and the shoulders are extended and partially adducted in different proportions depending on the angle of the bench. The handles are held at the same height as the sternum with a neutral grip. The execution consists in flexing and abducting the shoulders so that the handles trace an arc of a circle on the same vertical plane perpendicular to the floor (not to the bench) on which they were at the start. The execution ends when the hands come to touch or cross each other.During the entire execution of the exercise it is advisable to place part of the weight on the feet.



Muscles involved in the exercise Crosses on an inclined bench to the cables

Group 0


  • Big breastplate
  • Anterior deltoid
  • Coracobrachiale
  • Brachial biceps (weak)
Action
Shoulder flexion

Group 1



  • Lateral deltoid
Action
Shoulder abduction

Group 2

  • Inferior bundles of the great dentate thoracic
  • Lower bundles of the trapezius
  • Intermediate beams of the trapezius
Action
Upper scapular rotation
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