The weighted stability ball crunch, an isolation exercise, targets your rectus abdominis, while your internal and external obliques act as synergists.
Target your lower pectoralis major and latissimus dorsi using the decline barbell pullover, an isolation 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.
Learn how to perform the seated dumbbell overhead triceps extension, including the proper and safe way to mount and dismount the dumbbell.
Targeting your iliopsoas, not your abs, the captain's chair leg raise is a hip flexion exercise. Your abs and obliques act as important stabilizers.
Work your shoulders using the double cable front raise, an isolation exercise that targets your anterior delts and synergistically works your lateral delts.
Strengthen your neck using the lying weighted lateral neck flexion. Having a strong neck will stabilize your head and reduce your risk of neck injury.
Target your anterior deltoid and synergistically work your lateral deltoid, upper pecs, and serratus anterior with the seated dumbbell front raise.
Easier to set up than the barbell one-leg hip thrust, the weighted one-leg hip thrust is a unilateral isolation exercise that targets your gluteus maximus.
The machine seated crunch targets your rectus abdominis. For best results, relax your waist before each rep. This will ensure full dynamic contractions.
Use the decline dumbbell fly, an isolation and push exercise, to warm up, pre-exhaust, or burn out your sternal pectoralis major.
For the twisting crunch, it’s important to fully relax your waist before each contraction to ensure that your muscles dynamically contract during each rep.