Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do standing cable face pull with external rotation.
The Standing Cable Face Pull With External Rotation is a fantastic exercise to not only target the upper back muscles, but it also strengthens your rotator cuff muscles which is key for healthier shoulders.
To perform STANDING CABLE FACE PULL WITH EXTERNAL ROTATION:
1. Attach a rope handle to a high pulley of a cable machine.
2. Grip each end of the rope with a palms facing each other neutral grip, so the ends of the ropes point to the ceiling.
3. Take a few steps back from the cable machine so you can extend your arms straight in front of you.
4. Pull the rope towards your eyes by squeezing your shoulder blades together and bending and flaring your elbows out to the side.
5. At the end of the movement, your hands should be in alignment with your eyes.
6. Under control, reverse the movement back to the starting position.
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