Use the one-arm lat pull-down to build your back muscles, especially your lats, and to develop unilateral upper-body strength.
Tag: pectoralis minor
An isolation exercise, use the cable straight-arm pull-down to work your latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, posterior deltoid, and other muscles.
An advanced core exercise, use the standing ab wheel rollout only after you have mastered the walkout, front plank, and wheel rollout on your knees.
The bent-over one-arm cable pull is great for developing unilateral upper-body strength and warming up your latissimus dorsi at the start of a back workout.
The decline bent-arm barbell pullover is one of few exercises that targets both your lats and your lower pecs, which are usually trained separately.
The medium-grip lat pull-down is great for strengthening and building your back and arms, and developing upper-body strength.
The assisted pull-up machine and exercise are very useful in helping you to build enough upper-body strength to be able to perform pull-ups unassisted.
The barbell rollout is an great auxiliary core exercise that targets your iliopsoas (hip flexors), not your rectus abdominis (which acts as a stabilizer).
The one-arm bench dip targets your triceps brachii. If your supporting leg makes a significant contribution, your glutes and quads also become targets.
The machine fly is an isolation exercise for your lower pectoralis major. Use it to warm up your pecs, pre-exhaust them, or flush them at the end of a chest...
Target and build your latissimus dorsi with the cable incline straight-arm pull-down! Your pecs, posterior delts, triceps (long head), and various back muscles...
Develop upper-body strength and lats that run farther down your sides by using the close neutral grip pull-up, a major compound back exercise!