Because it puts less strain on the shoulder joint than the bench press, the standing cable press is an excellent way to train the chest. Furthermore, standing causes the body to utilize more core muscles to avoid falling over. To avoid compensating with the more muscular arm, utilize a cable with distinct weight stacks.
The Pectoralis Major, Triceps, and Anterior Deltoid, as well as the Pectoralis Minor, Latissimus Dorsi, Coracobrachialis, and Serratus Anterior, are the key muscles used to construct the dumbbell press movement. However, you will also recruit muscles throughout your body while standing, including the Erector Spinae, Abdominals, Glutes, Hamstrings, Calf, and intrinsic foot muscles.