Shoulder Exercises

Exercises with your shoulders as a contributor:

  • Row - Resistance Tube

    Whether seated or standing, this movement can be executed in many different ways to strengthen your back and biceps. You can also do it with a partner by having them loop their own tube through yours then pull simultaneously.

  • Row - Machine

    This pulling exercise counteracts what normally happens to our back posture throughout the day: slouching and rounding our shoulders forward. This specifically targets your middle and upper back and rear shoulders to build better posture.

  • Row - Free Weight

    When you work one arm at a time, you can concentrate on your form and on each arm independently. Keeping your spine neutral throughout the exercise works all of the muscles of your back and rear shoulders.

  • Row - Stability Ball

    Another good posture builder, this strengthens one arm at a time so that each arm has to pull its own weight, no pun intended.

  • Torso Twist - Resistance Tube

    You can strengthen your obliques while standing with this exercise, so it fits easily between exercises while your arms or legs recover.

  • Advanced Birddog - Bodyweight

    This can be modified to be made more difficult or less difficult depending on your ability.

  • Advanced Push-ups - Stability Ball

    This push-up on the ball is challenging because you have to balance with your core strength as you work the chest and triceps.

  • Assisted Tricep Dip - Machine

    This exercise uses a weight stack to assist you in lifting your body weight using mainly your triceps.

  • Barbell Chest Press - Free Weight

    This is a typical "bench press" done with a barbell with weighted plates on each end of the bar.

  • Barbell Decline Chest Press - Free Weight

    Using a barbell allows you to strengthen your stability muscles in your shoulders and chest.

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