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Incline Bench Cable Flyes

Exercise Tips

  • Perform exercise with a spotter
  • Focus on keeping your arms in the correct position
  • Make sure your arms are moving at the same time, not one ahead of the other
  • Don't use your arms to pull, but rather squeeze your pecs to perform this exercise

Incline Bench Cable Flyes

This exercise targets your upper and middle chest and provides a low cardio benefit.

Muscle Group

Pectoralis Major (Upper/Middle Chest)


2 Days a Week to
3 Days a Week


Incline Bench, Two Cable Pulleys

Cardiovascular Benefit


Muscle Group: Pectoralis Major (Upper/Middle Chest)

Equipment: Incline Bench, Two Cable Pulleys

Minimum Frequency: 2 Days a Week

Maximum Frequency: 3 Days a Week

Cardiovascular Benefit: Low

Exercise Category: Upper Chest

Starting Position: Position an incline bench in between two cable pulleys and make sure that the you are using the low part of the pulleys. Lay back onto the incline bench and have your spotter hand you the one hand attachments on the pulleys. Spread your arms out from your sides with your elbows slightly bent and your palms facing inwards towards each other.

  1. 1 Bring your arms together until your hands come close to, or touch each other, keeping your elbows bent.
  2. 2 Slowly allow your arms to return to starting position..
  3. 3Repeat this exercise until you have completed all repetitions for the set.