http://www.thebestexercises.com - this version of the trunk twist can reduce the size of the muscles underneath the area, not the fat. The key here it to keep your head and hips facing forward and to actively tighten the obliques at the full twist part of every movement. Don't just swing back and forth - SQUEEZE!
http://www.thebestexercises.com - build great shoulders with this over-the-head exercise. You'll use a bar in a rack and press it up then over your head then down the other side. Great continuous tension that the delts will eat up.
http://www.thebestexercises.com - hold a barbell plate flat in your hand like a pizza pie. Then press it overhead. This increases delt activation by forcing you to balance the load while lifting it.
http://www.powerfultrainingsecrets.com - load only ONE end of the bar with this exercise. It's going to put tremendous uneven load on your body, which activates the very strongly.
http://www.fitstep.com - this is a slow, steady cross-over movement that stretches the muscles of the hip with every step you take. It's a very useful treadmill-based exercise for training the hips.
http://www.fitstep.com - this exercise targets the gluteus medius and minimus muscles, which can help build the hips out a bit, when done with heavy weight. It can tighten the hips when done with lighter weight and higher reps
http://www.thebestexercises.com - this exercise develops roational core power and as well rotation deceleration strength. Be careful not to start too heavy with this one, especially if you've not done rotational training before. Great stuff for athletes here.
http://www.thebestexercises.com - this is a tough exercise...all you have to do is craawl forward with two heavy dumbells in your hands. It's deceptively simple and very tough on the core!
http://www.thebestexercises.com - instead of using a straight bar for pull-ups, use the corner of a power rack and a reverse (palms-forward) grip. This puts GREAT tension on the extreme outer fibers of the lats and is perfect for increasing back width.
http://www.powerfultrainingsecrets.com - this is a great way to do chin-ups at home if you don't have a chin-up bar. Just use a couple of C-clamps from the hardware store, fixed to some basement rafters.