Performing standard bicep curls this exercise will boost your upper arm strength. You can use the bicep curl machine at your gym, or perform this exercise with dumbbells.
Dips require a dip machine, parallel bars, or dip stand. Grab the parallel bars and lift yourself to fully expand your arms. Lean forward. Dip until your arms are 90 degrees. Keep elbows near to your sides. Push up to straighten your arms again.
Dumbbell overhead push. MasterClass advises setting up with feet hip-width apart, legs bent, and a dumbbell in each hand. Bring the dumbbells slightly over your shoulders with your palms facing forward. Pushing weights aloft begins the upward press.
BarBend advises setting the "drag," or resistance, before using a rower. Adjustable damper. Sitting on the rower, strap your feet to the foot mats. Lean forward and press through your feet to "explosively" straighten both legs.
PureGym advises using an overhand grip to place your hands at shoulder width when facing the lat pulldown machine. Sit down holding the bar overhead. Pull the bar to your torso by lowering both elbows. Lean back for this.
WebMD advises placing both feet on the machine's footplate with toes up. Make 90-degree knee bends. Grab the side handles. Press through your feet to extend both legs without locking your knees. Wait before returning to your starting position.