The hack machine calf raise can be used to isolate and build your gastrocnemius (target) and soleus, which make up your calves.
Build your forearms and elbow flexors with the dumbbell one-arm reverse preacher curl, a unilateral isolation and pull exercise.
Use the one-arm dead hang, an isometric bodyweight exercise, to strengthen your grip and build your forearms.
Compared with the standard incline press, the Incline dumbbell press on a stability ball activates more core muscles to stabilize the body.
The lying scissor kick is an isolation hip-flexion exercise that you can use to burn out your hip flexors, especially your iliopsoas.
The sit-up is a hip-and-waist-flexion exercise that targets your rectus abdominis and synergistically activates several hip and waist muscles.
Use the weighted hanging leg and hip raise to activate the muscles involved in hip flexion and waist flexion and develop your core.
The barbell overhead lunge is an advanced exercise that'll help you to develop balance and coordination while building your quads and glutes.
Use the barbell sumo Romanian deadlift to overload your gluteus maximus, erector spinae, hamstrings and other posterior chain muscles.
The incline push-up on a box is a beginner exercise that targets the lower pectoralis major. Use it to build up to the standard push-up.
A major and advanced compound vertical pulling exercise, use the weighted pull-up to build upper-body size and strength.
The barbell bent-knee good morning is a fantastic exercise for overloading the glutes and erector spinae but it is seldom seen in the gym.