I dunno. I tend to think of muscles and not exercises and I train more or less “instinctively” these days.
Probably some stuff I can contribute here:
I always do direct work for my rear and side delts.
I always try to include any kind of tricep extension that requires your elbows to be near to your head level, e.g, incline ez bar extensions, overhead cable extensions. But triceps have always naturally been one of my better parts so I don’t focus too much on them.
I think it’s important that people are able to know how to target their lats vs whatever’s above them(Of COURSE they will all get hit when you do a back exercise, I’m talking about putting emphasis on one part vs the other). If it’s really too hard, find a gym with one of those old school pullover machines and you’ll know what I’m talking about.
Don’t try to target your “inner” and “outer” bicep heads PLEASE. It’s just not possible because the fibers of both heads run almost parallel to one another, ok? I see so many programs online trying to overcomplicate this shit and the trainers saying shit like this should be bitch slapped with a dildo with Rippetoe’s head printed on it. The brachialis is a different thing altogether.