One does the cable overhead triceps extension on a pulley machine and hits all three triceps heads, particularly the long head.
The seated dumbbell biceps curl enhances both strict form and the mind-muscle connection.
The standing dumbbell shrug enhances and strengthens the trapezius muscles.
The barbell upright row builds bigger and stronger traps. Seasoned lifters include this movement in their back or shoulder workout since it hits both muscle groups.
The Arnold press - an exercise named after the bodybuilding icon - includes a rotational movement to the shoulder press.
The dumbbell lateral raise builds and strengthens the shoulder muscles, particularly the lateral or medial head of the deltoid.
The cable face pull is an isolation movement which uses a rope attachment to engage your traps, deltoids, and upper back.
Whilst lying leg curls primarily target the hamstrings, they also activate the calves and glutes.
The dumbbell walking lunge works your glutes, quads, hamstrings, and core muscles and improves your balance for good measure.
Whilst this movement complements squats, it can also serve as the main lower body exercise in a training program.