Use the standing twisting cable high row, a unilateral compound pulling exercise, to develop core strength and stability and unilateral upper-body strength.
Unlike with the dumbbell fly, with the lying cable fly, the amount of resistance that you experience is maintained throughout the full range of motion.
Compared with the dumbbell and barbell curls, the cable curl can apply tension on the elbow flexors throughout more of the exercise's range of motion.
Unlike the dumbbell preacher curl, with the cable preacher curl, the level of resistance does not change throughout the range of motion.
Build your back and arm muscles and develop upper-body strength using the double cable neutral-grip lat pull-down, a major compound exercise.
Strengthen the twisting movement pattern of your body using the cable twist, an isolation exercise that targets your internal and external obliques.
Compared with the incline barbell and dumbbell presses, the incline cable bench press maintains the focus on the upper pecs throughout the range of motion.
Work your shoulders using the double cable front raise, an isolation exercise that targets your anterior delts and synergistically works your lateral delts.
Work your hamstrings, glutes, adductor magnus, and erector spinae with the straight-leg cable pull-through, a compound pulling exercise.
Isolate and build your triceps using the incline cable triceps extension, an isolation push exercise. Elbows must be kept close to your head.
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.
The decline cable fly isolates your lower pecs, while synergistically working your upper pecs, anterior delts, and the short head of your biceps brachii.