What is the proper technique to doing cable flies

Hello my name is Brad Smith. I am a big fan of your videos. I like the fact that you go beyond just saying do it like this. You explain in detail the reasons for doing it. I have been lifting weights for the past 13 years. And as I progress I found I like to lift very strict and controled. I try my best to perform exercises properly. But the one that still has me a little stumped is the cable fly crossover. The way that I do them is setting the cable hight to my shoulders, taking one step ahead with my right leg, leaning ahead slightly, and while keeping my arms bent at a fixed angle, I cross my hands one over the other infront of my chest. Alternating left and right crossover. So my question is, am I doing it right? There are so many things I dont know. Is my cable hight right? Is my body possition right? Should I be crossing my hands one over the other? And where should I be feeling the greatest contraction from? Have you ever made a video or could you make a video on the proper way of performing the cable fly crossover? Thank you for your time in this.

Thats one way to do it. The height dictates which part of the chest you are targting. Low Flys hits the upper, Mid (which is what you are doing) and high cable flys hits the lower.Watch this video as I explain. http://www.workouttrainer.com/home/videos/mikemcerlane-3