Targeting your abs and obliques, the one-leg front plank is a unilateral bodyweight exercise useful for developing the strength and stability of your core.
Use the barbell one-leg hip thrust for unilateral glute and quad activation. Avoid going very heavy because it can place too much torque on your vertebrae.
The cable triceps kickback isolates your triceps brachii and, unlike the dumbbell triceps kickback, provides resistance throughout the full range of motion.
Isolate your triceps brachii with the overhead EZ bar triceps extension. Using the EZ bar instead of a standard barbell can be easier on your wrists.
Use the cable hip abduction to activate and build your hip abductors, thus adding shape to your hips and producing more of an hourglass figure.
Targeting your gastrocnemius, use the standing dumbbell one-leg calf raise to fix contralateral size and strength differences in your calve muscles.
Targeting your iliopsoas, not your rectus abdominis, the lying straight leg raise is an isolation pull exercise that activates all hip flexor muscles.
The cable wood chop is great for strengthening the twisting movement of your torso, as well as improving your torso's ability to resist twisting forces.
Hit your triceps brachii hard with the decline dumbbell triceps extension, an isolation and push exercise. There are no synergistic muscles.
Arguably the king of all glute exercises, the barbell hip thrust is known to activate the gluteus maximus more than any other exercise, including the squat!
An isolation exercise, use the cable straight-arm pull-down to work your latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, posterior deltoid, and other muscles.
The behind-the-back barbell wrist curl is an isolation exercise that targets your wrist flexors. There are no synergistic muscles.