Pec Deck vs Cable Pec Fly variation

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    Bryan Hildebrand
    Participant

    Hi Joe,

    Bryce did a nice video recently talking about the advantages of a pec dec over a dumbbell fly. Great content and completely agree with this thoughts. I see Terrance and you opt for a seated cable pec fly variation pretty often in your workouts. Could you help me understand your logic? Alignment? Profile? It looks like you have a decent Precor pec deck in Dave’s gym. If you prefer the cable fly variation, I’m really curious to understand why.

    Also, I picked up an older Nautilus pec fly machine for fun recently super cheap that I used to train on in the 90s.

    Like this one:

    Nautilus Nitro® Pec Fly

    I find it particularly effective in the shortened position. Still debating if I will keep it or resell. Any thoughts/opinions are appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Bryan

    #21143
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hi Joe,

    Bryce did a nice video recently talking about the advantages of a pec dec over a dumbbell fly. Great content and completely agree with this thoughts. I see Terrance and you opt for a seated cable pec fly variation pretty often in your workouts. Could you help me understand your logic? Alignment? Profile? It looks like you have a decent Precor pec deck in Dave’s gym. If you prefer the cable fly variation, I’m really curious to understand why.

    Also, I picked up an older Nautilus pec fly machine for fun recently super cheap that I used to train on in the 90s.

    Like this one:

    Nautilus Nitro® Pec Fly

    I find it particularly effective in the shortened position. Still debating if I will keep it or resell. Any thoughts/opinions are appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Bryan

    #21157
    Bryan Hildebrand
    Participant

    Thanks for your insights and perspective, Joe! That makes a lot of sense. Much appreciated.

    #21160
    robert drury
    Participant

    Hey joe, is there a difference between training to failure and form failure??

    #21172
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hey joe, is there a difference between training to failure and form failure??

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