Shoulder Exercises

Exercises with your shoulders as a contributor:

  • Barbell Incline Chest Press - Free Weight

    Using an incline bench targets the upper chest more so than using a flat bench for chest press. You can even vary the angles on some benches.

  • Barbell Pullover - Free Weight

    Use a barbell on a flat bench to do this pullover exercise to strengthen your back and under arm muscles.

  • Barbell Row - Free Weight

    This row exercise simultaneously strengthens the back, back extensors (lower back) and biceps as well as the hamstrings.

  • Cable Chest Press - Machine

    This chest press uses independent cables that allow your arms to press their own weight, and also allows your stability muscles surrounding the shoulders to get a good workout.

  • Cable Lat Pull-down - Machine

    This exercise allows you to work your back muscles as well as your grip because it uses two handles instead of a bar; additionally, it has the added benefit on isolating each side of your back so that your stronger arm cannot assist the weaker arm.

  • Cable Row - Machine

    Working your back with two different cables allows each arm to work independently.

  • Cable Standing Fly - Machine

    Using a cable machine to do chest fly allows you to strengthen your stability muscles while you work the major muscles of the chest.

  • Decline Dumbbell Chest Fly - Free Weight

    This exercise targets the pecs in a different way and is a great way to ensure that you are hitting the chest muscles from every direction.

  • Intermediate Push-ups - Stability Ball

    Using a stability ball, you can do these push-ups in order to challenge your chest muscles from a different angle than when your feet are on the floor.

  • Lat Pull-in - Machine

    This strengthens the lats and the side of your torso while targeting the arms and upper back.

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