The rope lat pull-down is great for strengthening and building your back and arms, as well as for developing upper-body strength.
The bodyweight squat is great for learning the very basics of squat form, such as how to keep your head up and torso upright as you descend.
Use the prone incline wide-grip upright row, a compound shoulder exercise, to work the posterior and lateral portions of your deltoid.
Unilateral exercises such as the one-arm hammer-grip dumbbell bench press are important for developing unilateral strength, balance and coordination.
Emphasize the long head of your biceps brachii with the supine dumbbell curl, which synergistically works your brachialis, brachioradialis and anterior deltoid.
Emphasize the development of your anterior deltoid and upper pectoralis major using the seated elbows-in alternating dumbbell overhead press.
Use the side plank hip abduction to build your outer thighs, work your core, and strengthen the lateral flexion movement pattern of your spine.
The side-lying biceps bodyweight curl is a poor exercise. However, it can help you to work your biceps in the absence of dumbbells and barbells.
The side plank hip adduction is a decent exercise that you can use at home to strengthen your core and work your inner thighs.
The one-arm towel row is a bodyweight exercise that you can use if you can’t make it to the gym and do not have access to dumbbells or a barbell.
Use the spiderman push-up, a compound push exercise, to improve your balance and coordination, and build upper-body and core strength.
The standing twisting cable row is great for developing unilateral upper-body strength, as well as improving core strength and stability.