This exercise puts more emphasis on pushing and pressing forward movement of the trainer while it also teaches balance and stability from a standing position.
How to do it: turn your back on the cable machine and hold both handles at the same level while ensuring you stand with your left foot forward. This stance encourages you to lean your torso forward and then push your hands and extend your arms forward. Return to your formal position and retract your shoulder blades. Ensure you maintain a tall spine all the time and switch your legs between sets and also determine which side you find more convenient.
Like the initial exercise above, you are to pull from a standing position which will work on your entire body. Stand with your feet ensuring your toes are pointing forward while your feet shoulder-width apart. Make sure you set the cable handles height at your chest level, then pull the handles toward your chest with your elbow back and shoulder blades pulled together at once. Ensure you maintain a tall spine and also keep balance. You can then gradually extend your arms forward and repeat this movement many times as you deem fit.
Next time, when you enter a gym or rehab center, the cable machine should become one of your favorite toys!