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:

  • Cable Decline 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.

  • Cable Lat Pull-down

    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

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

  • Cable Shoulder Press

    Using two separate cables requires each arm to pull its own weight and use its stabilizers to keep your arms steady.

  • Cable Side Bend

    This exercise uses a cable in order to provide resistance for the obliques.

  • Cable Standing Fly

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

  • Lat Pull-in

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

  • Pronated Grip Row

    Working with your palms facing down targets the upper back and rear shoulders more intensely than if the palms faced each other.

  • Row With Rotation

    When you add a rotation, your rotator cuff muscles will receive the benefit and get stronger to help support your arms during upper body movement.

  • Split Lunge Row

    This strengthens your legs, your core, and your back and biceps while challenging your balance.

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