The bent-over two-arm dumbbell row is a major compound pull exercise for your back and arms. Use the exercise to develop upper-body strength.
Target your posterior deltoid with the lying dumbbell one-arm rear lateral raise. To minimize involvement of your lateral deltoid, your body must be horizontal.
A compound pull exercise, the machine one-arm row works multiple back, arm, and chest muscles and is great for developing unilateral functional upper-body...
Compared with other pull exercises, the machine high row hits your muscles from a different angle and can be used both unilaterally and bilaterally.
The seated bent-over lateral raise (aka seated rear delt raise) is a shoulder and back exercise that targets your posterior deltoids.
Work your posterior deltoids with the supine cable reverse fly! Keep your arms perpendicular to your body to minimize latissimus dorsi involvement.
The inverted row is arguably one of the most effective exercises for your back! Learn how to perform it and its advanced variations using proper form.
Strengthen and build your posterior deltoids with the cable rear delt row. Your lateral deltoid and various back and arm muscles act as synergists.
Use the dumbbell Cuban rotation to strengthen three of the four muscles of your rotator cuff and thus promote a strong and stable shoulder joint!
The one-arm cable row is great for developing unilateral upper-body strength! The exercise synergistically works your back, shoulders, arms, and chest.
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.
Promote a healthy strength balance between your internal and external shoulder rotators with the dumbbell lying external shoulder rotation.