The single-arm lying cable front raise is an isolation exercise for the shoulders, performed lying on the back, either on a bench or the ground, and lifting the cable over the torso one arm at a time. This movement is usually performed for moderate to high reps for a burn and pump as part of a shoulder-focused workout.
Builds strength and size in the shoulders
Lying down eliminates the possibility of using momentum from the lower body to raise the weight
The cables provide constant tension on the muscles
Allows you to independently train each shoulder to correct imbalances in strength or size