Use the dumbbell one-arm reverse wrist curl to build your forearms. However, don't go very heavy, as your wrists are not designed to curl heavy weights.
Tone your inner thighs with the cable hip adduction, an isolation and pull exercise that targets your hip adductors (adductor magnus, longus, and brevis).
Targeting your obliques, the hanging windshield wiper is an advanced exercise for strengthening your core and the twisting movement pattern of your body.
The EZ bar reverse curl is great for building both your forearms and upper arms. Unlike what most people think, it targets your brachioradialis, not your...
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.
Isolate and build your triceps brachii using the lying barbell triceps extension, an isolation exercise. Keep your elbows close to your head.
Use the behind-the-back Smith machine wrist curl to build mass in your forearms. However, as with all wrist-curling exercises, do not go very heavy.
The Smith machine bent-knee good morning, an isolation exercise, targets your gluteus maximus. Movement in the knees should be kept to a minimum.
Unlike the dumbbell preacher curl, with the cable preacher curl, the level of resistance does not change throughout the range of motion.
Strengthen the twisting movement pattern of your body using the cable twist, an isolation exercise that targets your internal and external obliques.
The weighted stability ball crunch, an isolation exercise, targets your rectus abdominis, while your internal and external obliques act as synergists.