This is a three point exercise for shoulder and middle back strengthening.
The techniques is identical to that of the Smith Machine dead lift except for the fact that this exercise provides less support.
This is one of the oldest exercises in bodybuilding but it still is one of the best for working the lower back.
This exercise utilises the same technique of the standard Good Mornings yet the use of the Smith Machine provides more stability.
This is an exercise for lateral deltoid, shoulder and forearm strengthening.
This is an advanced exercise for building and sculpting the chest as well as your triceps and shoulders.
This exercise is for strengthening the upper chest and is preferred among beginners as it provides support and control.
With the use of a Smith Machine this exercise strengthens your chest shoulders and triceps.
These are variations on Push Ups, one of the best exercise for muscles of the chest (pectorals), arms (bicep and triceps) and core development. The core muscles are the rectus abdomen and oblique’s which support the spine.
This is an exercise for shoulder and biceps strengthening.
This is the same general movement as with a Push Up except your feet are elevated allowing greater range of motions and targeting the pectorals differently than the regular Push Up.
This is similar to the standard Push Up except using an Exercise Ball forces you to engage the muscle of your core (Rectus Abdominis, Transverse Abdominis, and the Obliques).