Strengthen and build your brachioradialis, a forearm muscle, using the dumbbell hammer curl. Your biceps brachii and brachialis act as synergists.
The dumbbell armpit row is a rarely seen exercise that targets your lateral deltoid. Your posterior deltoid and various back and arm muscles act as synergists.
The bench dip is an effective yet straightforward exercise that will help you to progress to performing the more advanced triceps dip on parallel bars.
Compared with the barbell curl, the EZ bar curl is easier on your wrists; however, it places a little less emphasis on your biceps brachii.
The pull-up is a major compound exercise that will help you to develop functional upper-body strength as well as build a wide tapering back.
An auxiliary upper-arm exercise, the cross-body hammer curl targets your brachioradialis (in your forearm), while your brachialis and biceps brachii act as...
A very popular auxiliary upper-arm exercise, the dumbbell preacher curl targets your brachialis, not your biceps brachii.
Isolate and build your triceps brachii with the seated overhead barbell triceps extension, which can be performed either seated or standing.
Unlike what many people think, the barbell reverse curl targets your brachioradialis (a muscle in your forearm), not your biceps brachii or brachialis, both of...
The triceps rope push-down was found in one study to be significantly more effective than the triceps bar push-down at activating the triceps brachii.
Few exercises are as popular as the dumbbell curl! Use it to build and strengthen your biceps brachii, brachialis, and brachioradialis.
The wide-grip lat pull-down is great for widening your lats, giving you a broad and impressive v-taper, and developing your upper-body strength.