Target your glutes with the barbell straight back stiff leg deadlift, an isolation exercise that synergistically works your hamstrings and adductor magnus.
An advanced bodyweight exercise, the bodyweight fly (aka rollout fly) can be an isolation or compound exercise depending on whether you extend your elbows.
The decline bent-arm barbell pullover is one of few exercises that targets both your lats and your lower pecs, which are usually trained separately.
An auxiliary upper-arm isolation exercise, the prone incline barbell curl (aka barbell spider curl) targets your brachialis, not your biceps brachii.
Invented by 6-time Mr. Olympia Dorian Yates, the underhand Yates row is a modified barbell row with an upright posture and shorter range of motion.
The barbell sumo deadlift is essentially the barbell deadlift using a sumo stance, which places less emphases on your lower back and hamstrings.
Use the barbell Bulgarian split squat to improve your barbell squat, your lunge, and your balance, and to develop unilateral lower-body functional strength.
The barbell kneeling squat activates the glutes more than does any other squat variation! However, use it sparingly because it's not good for your knees.
The barbell rollout is an great auxiliary core exercise that targets your iliopsoas (hip flexors), not your rectus abdominis (which acts as a stabilizer).
Learn the two ways in which you can perform the Jefferson squat, a compound lower-body exercise that targets your gluteus maximus and quadriceps.
The decline skull crusher is an isolation exercise that targets your triceps brachii, especially the long head, which is the largest of the three triceps heads.
Use the barbell rack pull, a major compound pull exercise, to build body-wide strength and improve the middle and top portions of your barbell deadlift!