Shoulder Exercises

Exercises with your shoulders as a contributor:

  • Chest Fly - Stability Ball

    With this movement you will get a chest stretch while you strengthen the chest and biceps.

  • Chest Fly - Machine

    You will strengthen your chest and biceps muscles with this exercise and get a stretch across your entire chest while you do the exercise.

  • Chest Fly - Resistance Tube

    Doing chest fly with tubes provides constant tension, and you can easily make it harder or easier by adjusting your distance from the middle of the tube.

  • Chest Press - Machine

    This machine works your overall chest muscles, mainly in the center of your pectorals. The movement mimics a push-up.

  • Chest Press - Resistance Tube

    This is a great way to do chest press while standing. Using tubes allow you to adjust the resistance simply by stepping further away or closer to the tube, saving time from having to retrieve different dumbbells.

  • Chest Press - Free Weight

    This exercise strengthens the stabilizer muscles of your chest and shoulders and is the classic way to strengthen your chest with free weights.

  • Chest Press - Stability Ball

    You can adjust the weight with this chest exercise more than you can with a push-up but still strengthen the same muscles.

  • Decline Chest Press - Free Weight

    This exercise is done on a bench with your head below your hips. It works the lowest part of the pectorals and your triceps.

  • Decline Chest Press - Machine

    Using the cable allows you to strengthen the stability muscles of your chest and shoulders.

  • Decline Chest Press - Resistance Tube

    This enables you to do decline chest press while standing. Increasing or decreasing difficulty is easy-simply adjust the distance of your body from the tube.

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