Arm Exercises - Resistance Tube

Other ways to work your Arms: Bodyweight Free Weight Machine Medicine Ball Stability Ball Stretching

Exercises with your arms as a contributor:

  • Chest Press

    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.

  • Decline Chest Press

    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.

  • Front Deltoid Raise

    This isolates the front of your shoulders and can be done back to back with other shoulder, biceps, and triceps exercises for a power workout and ultra fast transitions.

  • Incline Chest Press

    This strengthens the upper chest, shoulders, and triceps.

  • Lat Pull-down

    This can be done with your feet in a variety of positions and is an exercise you can take anywhere-on the road or to the gym.

  • Row

    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.

  • Shoulder Press

    These work the tops of your shoulders with consistent resistance to build shoulder definition and give your lats and triceps a stretch.

  • Torso Twist

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

  • Lat Pull-in

    This works the Lats as well as under the arm and obliques.

  • Row With Rotation

    This row exercise is effective for strengthening your upper back and shoulders and thus contributes to good posture.

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