Rachit Dua

The Impact Of Angle Variations

April, 2019
The Master Responds

If you have been reading Krunch Today magazine for a long while now, then you must have come across articles claiming the benefits of cable workouts. Of course, the continuous tension would be the key benefit of any cable workout. However, in this piece we shall be discussing a different element of the cable workout, which is the 'Angle Variations'!

We shall be picking the chest workout to explain this element and how can you target different parts of chest using the single pulley machine.

The chest muscle is broadly categorized under 2 parts, the pectoralis (pec) major and the pectoralis minor. The pec major is further divided into the upper pec major and the lower pec major. For an over chest development, it is important to train the chest muscle at different angles.

- KT

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