The bent-knee bench dip is a beginner compound bodyweight exercise that targets your triceps brachii and also works your lats, pecs, and anterior delts.
Tag: pectoralis major
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.
Targeting your lower pectoralis major, the point of the shoulder tap push-up is to put your body off balance and force stabilizer muscles to work harder.
Build your back and arm muscles and develop upper-body strength using the double cable neutral-grip lat pull-down, a major compound exercise.
Learn the proper way to perform the decline dumbbell bench press, a compound and push exercise that targets your sternal (lower) pectoralis major.
Build the muscles necessary to perform neutral-grip pull-ups using the machine-assisted close neutral-grip pull-up, a compound and pull exercise.
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.
A compound and push exercise, use the machine-assisted triceps dip to strengthen the muscles necessary to be able to perform the proper triceps dip.
Target your lower pectoralis major and latissimus dorsi using the decline barbell pullover, an isolation and pull exercise.
Work your shoulders using the double cable front raise, an isolation exercise that targets your anterior delts and synergistically works your lateral delts.
The one-leg push-up, which targets your lower pecs and obliques, puts your body out of balance, thus forcing the recruitment of more stabilizer muscles.