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GREAT idea for a privacy fence that's easier on the pocketbook. Lattice to the height you want and the solar lights gives it the finished look. I'm really loving the lattice fencing idea!

Inverted row. Main muscles worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Middle and Lower Trapezii, Rhomboids, Teres Major, Teres Minor, Infraspinatus, Posterior Deltoid, Pectoralis Major, Brachialis, and Brachioradialis. Also known as the fat man pull-up, the body row, and the supine row.

The inverted row is arguably one of the most effective exercises for your back! Learn how to perform it and its advanced variations using proper form.

Inverted row. Main muscles worked: Latissimus Dorsi, Middle and Lower Trapezii, Rhomboids, Teres Major, Teres Minor, Infraspinatus, Posterior Deltoid, Pectoralis Major, Brachialis, and Brachioradialis. Also known as the fat man pull-up, the body row, and the supine row.

The inverted row is arguably one of the most effective exercises for your back! Learn how to perform it and its advanced variations using proper form.

Svend press. A compound push exercise. Main muscles worked: Lower Pectoralis Major, Upper Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid, and Triceps Brachii.

A compound push exercise. Main muscles worked: Lower Pectoralis Major, Upper Pectoralis Major, Anterior Deltoid, and Triceps Brachii.

Lying side hip raise. An isolation push exercise that works many muscles! Muscles worked: Internal and External Obliques, Gluteus Medius, Gluteus Minimus, Tensor Fasciae Latae, Quadratus Lumborum, Psoas Major, Iliocastalis Lumborum, Iliocastalis Thoracis, Adductor Magnus, Adductor Brevis, Adductor Longus, Pectineus, Gracilis, Gluteus Maximus, Lateral Deltoid, Supraspinatus, Middle and Lower Trapezii, and Serratus Anterior. See website for benefits of this exercise.

The lying side hip raise targets your internal and external obliques, while synergistically working many other muscles throughout your legs, back, and core.

Target your triceps brachii with the close-grip push-up. One variation, the diamond push-up, was found to be the most effective triceps exercise!

Alternating dumbbell front raise. Main muscles worked: Anterior deltoid, Lateral Deltoid, Clavicular Pectoralis Major, Middle and Lower Trapezii, and Serratus Anterior.

Main muscles worked: Anterior deltoid, Lateral Deltoid, Clavicular Pectoralis Major, Middle and Lower Trapezii, and Serratus Anterior.

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.

Dumbbell one arm overhead press. A unilateral compound push exercise. Main muscles worked: Anterior Deltoid, Lateral Deltoid, Supraspinatus, Triceps Brachii, Middle and Lower Trapezii, Serratus Anterior, Clavicular (upper) Pectoralis Major, Obliques, Psoas Major, Iliocastalis Lumborum, and Iliocastalis Thoracis. See website to learn why you should be doing unilateral exercises.

Use the dumbbell one-arm overhead press to get your core more involved as well as to fix differences in contralateral shoulder muscle strength.