The high-to-low cable chest fly is an isolation movement that uses a cable stack to target the lower portion of the pectoral muscles. It is common in upper-body and chest-focused muscle-building workouts, often after pressing movements like the barbell or dumbbell bench press or as a finishing movement at the end of the workout. It is often used in combination with other flyes to target the chest from different angles.
Unlike dumbbells, cables provide constant tension, including at peak contraction
Can quickly switch weights for dropsets
The line of resistance from the cables targets the muscles of the lower pectorals
Stretches the chest muscles under load which can lead to greater muscle gain