Learn how to do a standing power cable chest press with alternate front lunge. Presented by Real Jock Gay Fitness Health & Life.
Add difficulty to the standard cable chest press by doing it with power out of a forward lunge. Not only does this add a leg-strengthening component, it also means more resistance in the cables and a tougher chest workout.
Stand with your back to a cable machine with both cables set at shoulder height or above, and a handle on each cable. Take one handle in each hand, and bend your elbows behind you, with your upper arm at shoulder level and your forearm parallel to the floor. Your palms will face downward.
1. From the starting position, step forward with your left foot into a lunge. Bend your back knee to allow you to drop through your back thigh; do not let your shoulders come further forward than your front knee. As you drop into the lunge, press both arms forward in a chest press, keeping your hands facing downward as you straighten your elbows to press both arms straight forward.
2. Bend your elbows to bring your arms back toward your shoulders, and step back out of the lunge to return to the starting position.
3. Next, step the right foot out into a lunge and repeat the lunge and press.
4. Continue to alternate lunges, performing a chest press with each lunge, for a total of 14 chest presses (seven lunges on each side). You have now done a full set.
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