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Incline Cable Front Raises


Incline Cable Front Raises
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Exercise Description

Main Target Muscles


Secondary Target Muscles

Traps,  Upper back 

Workout Type


Gym Gear


Fitness Level




Power Move 


Target Muscle Group: Shoulder 

Incline Cable Front Raise Overview 

The incline cable front raise targets the shoulders. It is performed at an angle, allowing for more motion than standing or upright-seated raises. The incline cable front raise hits the shoulders at a different angle. As part of shoulder-focused or upper-body training, raise variations can be performed for moderate to higher reps (e.g., 8-12 reps per set).

How to Do it

  1. Hold the cable holder in each hand and sit down on an incline bench. Keep your arms straight in front and your palms down. The cable should be about an inch higher than your thighs. This is your starting position.
  2. Slowly lift the cable to just above your shoulders. Keep your elbows locked. For a second, squeeze at the top.       
  3. As you inhale, lower your arms to the starting position.
  4. Continue repeating until you reach the maximum number of repetitions.

Exercise Tips

  1. Each time you hit the muscle, you can adjust the angle.
  2. Keep your head resting down against the bench and your legs on the floor at all times.

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