Emily demonstrates a cable back workout routine which includes reverse cable rows, high-to-low reverse fly's, low-to-high reverse fly's, straight arm push down (or press down), isometric lunge with row, deadlift (with pull through) and good mornings (with bands).
Try to complete the entire circuit 3-4 times, with 8-12 reps per exercise.
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Cable workouts and exercises are a series of resistance exercises that are great for your core and posture. Research suggests that cable machines provide several benefits over free weights including more functional strength, variable resistance, resistance in multiple directions, better injury prevention, greater ability to change muscle emphasis during exercises, greater muscle power development and constant tension during reps. Because of their motion in multiple planes, they will almost always engage your core.
They are useful for powerlifting, bodybuilding, weightlifting, crossfit, HIIT (high intensity interval training), weight loss and fat burning. Use them to augment your other workouts such as body weight, barbell or dumbbell; ask your personal trainer how it can help you with your physique and develop those abs or six pack you always wanted. They will help you build your butt, booty, glutes and thighs. You can do them at home or at the gym to build muscle and get strong, burn fat and lose weight. Cable exercises are also great for joint mobility, stability and flexibility especially at your knees, hips, back, and shoulders.
Muscles Worked In this circuit
Shoulder: Deltoids, Teres major, rotator cuff (teres minor, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis)
Core/Back: trapezius, latissimus dorsi, erector spinae (iliocostalis, longissimus, spinalis), transversospinales (multifidus, seminispinalis, rotatores), teres major, rhomboid major and minor, quadratus lumborum, serratus posterior / anterior,
Abdominal: transversus abdominis, rectus abdominis, external and internal obliques
Hip Flexors: Iliopsoas (psoas, iliacus)