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.
Target your brachioradialis with the dumbbell reverse preacher curl! The other elbow flexors, your biceps brachii and brachialis, assist as synergists.
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.
Targeting your pecs, anterior deltoids, triceps, and elbow flexors, the isometric wiper is a compound bodyweight exercise, good for burning out your chest.
The straight-back seated cable row is a major compound pulling exercise with which you can build serious upper-body strength and muscle mass.
The incline dumbbell curl targets your biceps brachii, emphasizing the long (or outer) head. Your brachialis and brachioradialis act as synergists.
The medium-grip lat pull-down is great for strengthening and building your back and arms, and developing upper-body strength.
The assisted pull-up machine and exercise are very useful in helping you to build enough upper-body strength to be able to perform pull-ups unassisted.
The dumbbell hammer preacher curl is an isolation exercise that targets your brachioradialis, not your biceps brachii, which acts as a synergist.