- Deadlifts. First up, the king of all exercises, the deadlift.
- Lat Pulldowns. Next up, fire up your shoulder and back muscles with lat pulldowns!
- Bent-Over Rows.
- Bicep Curls.
- Dumbbell Pullover.
- Single-Arm Dumbbell Rows.
- Kettlebell Renegade Row.
What is a pull exercise?
Pull exercises are strength training movements that involve a concentric contraction—a shortening of the muscle while moving two connection points closer together. Examples of pull exercises include the biceps curl, hamstrings curl, and lat pull down.
What are some examples of the pull in exercise?
- Dumbbell bent-over row. Stand with your feet hip- to shoulder-width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand.
- Pull-up. Grab a pull-up bar with an overhand grip that’s slightly wider than shoulder-width.
- Renegade row.
- Dumbbell biceps curl.
- Upright dumbbell row.
- Zottman curl.
What is push and pull exercise?
A push-pull training split generally refers to workouts centered on muscle groups that perform similar actions. “Push” workouts train the chest, shoulders, and triceps, while “pull” workouts train the back, biceps, and forearms. A day for training the lower body and core is also included in this training split.