Build the muscles necessary to perform neutral-grip pull-ups using the machine-assisted close neutral-grip pull-up, a compound and pull exercise.
Use the dumbbell reverse curl, an isolation exercise, to build your forearms and elbow flexors. It targets your brachioradialis, not your biceps brachii.
Use the Smith machine underhand Yates row to build your upper back and arms, and develop upper-body strength.
Target and build your brachialis with the standing dumbbell preacher curl, an isolation pull exercise. Your biceps brachii acts as a synergist.
The difference between the straight-back underhand cable row and the straight-back cable row is that the former puts a little more emphasis on your biceps.
Build upper-body strength and work your back, arms, and posterior deltoids with the landmine row, a compound pull exercise.
A unilateral compound exercise, the seated twisting cable row is great for developing unilateral upper-body strength and size.
The overhead cable biceps curl targets your brachialis, not your biceps brachii, which acts as a synergist, along with your brachioradialis.
Use the one-arm lat pull-down to build your back muscles, especially your lats, and to develop unilateral upper-body strength.
Use the weighted inverted row to build your back muscles and develop upper-body strength. Instead of a weight plate, you can use a weighted vest or chain.
The cable wide grip upright row targets your lateral deltoid. If performed in a certain way, it can lead to shoulder impingement in some people.
The bent-over one-arm cable pull is great for developing unilateral upper-body strength and warming up your latissimus dorsi at the start of a back workout.