Arm Exercises - Machine

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

Exercises with your arms as a contributor:

  • Chest Fly

    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 Press

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

  • Decline Chest Press

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

  • Front Deltoid Raise

    This works the front of the shoulder as well as the bicep.

  • Incline Chest Press

    This targets the upper portion of your chest muscles as well as your anterior deltoids.

  • Lat Pull-down

    The movement simulates a pull-up. Since you are seated, it allows you to concentrate on your back and shoulders doing the work instead of also having to be concerned about your hips and legs.

  • Pull-ups

    This is the same movement as a pull-up, but the weight stack helps support your bodyweight as you execute the pull-up. This allows you to train for an unassisted pull-up, and is a good way to strengthen the lats, traps, and biceps.

  • Row

    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.

  • Shoulder Press

    This machine will help guide your arms through a safe range of motion overhead to develop shoulder strength and stretch the lats and rear shoulders.

  • Cable Chest Press

    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.

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