The key with this calves raise exercise is to lean over slightly by hinging at the hips. This creates a greater stretch on the calve muscles particularly the gastrocnemius, producing greater stimulation and hypertrophy gains.
The standing windmill drill is a great mobility movement for stretching the entire fascia line that runs from the hips to the upper torso and shoulders. It's especially useful for releasing tension in the back, hips, and pectorals.
Stability ball pushups are a somewhat underrated exercise in terms of their effectiveness for targeting the core, chest, and triceps. The instability provided from the swiss ball forces the lifter to stay tight and contract all of their prime movers as well as stabilizers.
Dips are often improperly performed. Be sure to create a hip hinge by leaning forward at the torso and slightly driving your feet forward while keeping the toes dorsiflexed. This is a great mass and strength exercise for the chest, triceps, and shoulders.
This is an unusual but highly effective movement for targeting the pulling muscles of the upper back and arms while strengthening the core and spinal stabilizers. In essence this should look exactly like a dip only upside down.
Dr. Seedman walks you through the proper technique for dips--an incredible upper-body exercise most lifters butcher. He shows you how spine and shoulder alignment, hip hinge, a hollow core, and ankle dorsiflexion create a dip form with no weak links or energy leaks.
Here's a great dip variation that teaches proper form and mechanics. The straight bar dip requires incredible core stability as well as perfect mechanics in order to successfully complete the lift. It forces the lifter to hollow the core and hinge at the hips which represents proper dip mechanics.
This ring exercise is much more difficult than it looks. Besides being incredibly challenging the ring pullover is highly effective at targeting the lats, triceps, and core, not to mention all the stabilizers throughout the rest of your body (from head to toe).
The ab walkout is a great core exercise that also targets the triceps, lats, and chest in a very similar fashion as the pullover movement. Try holding in the stretched position similar to an eccentric isometric as this will produce greater strength and hypertrophy as well as muscle function.
Here's a great upper body power exercise that teaches acceleration and deceleration. This also wakes up all of the available fibers of the upper body as the level of recruitment needed to decelerate your body and absorb the high levels of force are significant. In this video. I am coaching and assisting NFL wide receiver Larry Pinkard.