Shoulder Exercises - Resistance Tube

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

Exercises with your shoulders as the primary target:

  • Deltoid Fly

    Using a tube for this exercise allows you to incorporate shoulder work right alongside the rest of your tube workout to make transition times short and effective.

  • External Rotation

    This should be included in everyone's workout to keep the shoulder's rotator cuff strong, and since tubes are portable, you can take them with you anywhere.

  • 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.

  • Internal Rotation

    This should be included in everyone's workout to keep the shoulder's rotator cuff muscles strong, and since tubes are portable, you can do this almost anywhere.

  • Lateral Deltoid Raise

    This can be done back to back with other shoulder, biceps, and triceps exercises for a power workout. The tube provides constant tension and will fatigue your shoulders quickly.

  • Rear Deltoid Fly

    This is one of the best exercises to strengthen your rear shoulders and upper back to combat forward-rounded posture we often suffer from after being at desks or driving for long periods of time.

  • Shoulder Press

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

  • Shoulder Shrugs

    This will strengthen the top of your shoulders and upper back and can be fit in between other arm and shoulder exercises for a quick transition.

  • Incline Rear Deltoid Fly

    This challenges your balance with a split leg stance while strengthening the rear shoulders and lower back.

  • Upright Row

    This exercise strengthens your deltoids and needs no door attachment since you can just stand on the tube.

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