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Unlike other areas of the chest, the upper pecs (the top half that starts up at the collarbone) allow for a degree of targeting that the other areas do not. If yours are lacking fullness, the right exercises will fix it! This is actually an area that…

EQUIPMENT: CABLES VS. BANDS

Unlike other areas of the chest, the upper pecs (the top half that starts up at the collarbone) allow for a degree of targeting that the other areas do not. If yours are lacking fullness, the right exercises will fix it! This is actually an area that…

EQUIPMENT: CABLES VS. BANDS

EQUIPMENT: CABLES VS. BANDS

Whether you’re training at the gym with cables or training at home with bands, there are some important differences between the two and considerations for both.

First and foremost, if you have access to a cable machine at the gym, that’s the preferred option.

If you’re at home, it doesn’t mean you can’t do the face pull. It just means that there is something you need to be aware of when it comes to doing it with the band.

When you do a face pull with the band, the strength curve is different than what you’re going to encounter on a cable. As you stretch the band further and further out it gets more and more difficult.