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Plate front raise exercise

Use the best shoulder exercises to get the best possible results at the gym! Learn how to perform them properly and the exact muscles that they target.

Barbell deadlift. A major compound exercise! Target muscles: Gluteus Maximus and Erector Spinae. Synergists: Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Adductor Magnus, Soleus, Latissimus Dorsi, Wrist Flexors (the latter two only if you lift heavy). Numerous other muscles throughout body act as stabilizers.

The barbell deadlift is a major compound exercise. Arguably the king of all exercises, It& great for building body-wide muscle and strength!

Plank exercises benefits are many. The plank is one of the best overall core conditioners around, and unlike crunches, it keeps your spine protected in a neutral position. Here are 3 ab workouts to strengthen core and lose excess belly fat. Beachbody workouts // Plank exercises // How to get toned abs // how to get a great core // easy core workouts // plank workouts // Beachbody // Beachbody Blog

Plank exercises benefits are many. The plank is one of the best overall core conditioners around, and unlike crunches, it keeps your spine protected in a neutral position. Here are 3 ab workouts to strengthen core and lose excess belly fat.

Bent over two arm dumbbell row. A major compound exercise! Target muscle: None. Multiple back, arm, and shoulder muscles work synergistically. Synergistic muscles: Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Posterior Deltoid, Middle and Lower Trapezius, Rhomboids, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, Brachialis, Brachioradialis, and Sternal (Lower) Pectoralis Major. The Biceps Brachii and the Long Head of the Triceps Brachii act as dynamic stabilizers.

Bent over two arm dumbbell row. A major compound exercise! Target muscle: None. Multiple back, arm, and shoulder muscles work synergistically.

The alternating dumbbell front raise targets your anterior deltoid. It recruits more core stabilizer muscles than does the bilateral dumbbell front raise.

Hyperextension. A compound exercise for back, legs, and glutes. Visit site and watch the video to learn the difference between a hyperextension, back extension, and hip extension. Target muscles: Erector Spinae and Gluteus Maximus. Synergists: Hamstrings, and Adductor Magnus.

A compound exercise. Target muscles: Erector Spinae and Gluteus Maximus. Synergists: Hamstrings and Adductor Magnus. To learn the difference between this, the back extension, and the h

Dumbbell squat. A major compound exercise. Target muscles: Gluteus Maximus and Quadriceps. Synergists: Adductor Magnus and Soleus. Dynamic stabilizers (not highlighted): Hamstrings and Gastrocnemius. Stabilizers (not highlighted): Erector Spinae, Levator Scapulae, Middle and Lower Trapezius, Rectus Abdominis, and Obliques. Note: I only highlight targets and synergists.

A major compound exercise. Target muscles: Gluteus Maximus and Quadriceps. Synergists: Adductor Magnus and Soleus. Dynamic stabilizers (not highlighted): Hamstrings and Gastrocnemius. Stabilizers (not highlighted): Erector Spinae, Levator

Looking for flat abs? Look no further than these 7 great plank exercises you can do at home! Best core workouts // best ab workouts // how to strengthen my core // how to lose weight fast // flat abs exercises // Beachbody // Beachbody Blog

Looking for flat abs? Look no further than these 7 great plank exercises you can do at home! Best core workouts // best ab workouts // how to strengthen my core // how to lose weight fast // flat abs exercises // Beachbody

Bent-over dumbbell row exercise

The bent-over dumbbell row is a back exercise that synergistically works your posterior deltoid, pectoralis major, and various upper-arm muscles.

Dumbbell rear lunge. A compound unilateral exercise. Target muscles: Gluteus Maximus and Quadriceps (Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Medialis, Vastus Intermedius, and Rectus Femoris). Synergistic muscles: Adductor Magnus and Soleus. Dynamic stabilizers (not highlighted): Hamstrings and Gastrocnemius. Visit site to learn proper form and knee safety.

Mainly targeting your glutes and quads, the dumbbell rear lunge is great for developing balance, coordination, and unilateral lower-body strength.