Perfect Exercises to Lose Fat From Your Arms

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When you’re losing weight and getting fit, there is always one problem area. Every woman has a difficult area that they need to specifically target, and yours could be the fat on your arms. The good news is this in one of the easiest areas to work on. Here are three perfect and effective exercises to lose the fat from your arms.

Assume the Press Up Position:
Press ups are one of the most powerful exercises you can do. Not only will you work your arm muscles, you will work your core too. If your core isn’t stable enough to do full press ups right now, lower to your knees and do the half press ups. As you build your arm strength and your core stability, you will be able to do the full ones.

You can also do them from desks, counter tops and sinks if you find doing the ones on the floor difficult. Try doing a few while you’re waiting for the kettle to boil, or just after brushing your teeth.

Curls for the Biceps:
You will need weights for this exercise, but that does not mean going to the gym. Instead of buying free weights, try using tins of beans or other heavy items that you can hold and life with one arm. Bicep curls are perfect for trimming the fat from the biceps, and building the muscles in this area. There is no need to worry about getting too big. There is not enough testosterone for that to happen.

If you don’t have anything heavy, try using a resistance band instead. Stand on it with one leg, and then pull it up towards you. Keep your elbows tucked in to make the most of this exercise.

Tricep Dips for the Back of Your Arms:
To work on the back of your arms, you will need to do some tricep dips. Make sure you have a stable surface that you can rest on, and place your legs out in front of you. The further out your legs, the more weight you will place on your arms. There’s no need to invest in any special equipment for this, and you can do them in your own home.

It’s time to lose the fat from your arms. The exercises above are perfect for your needs, without worrying about a trip to the gym. You can also reader a post by Hannah, where she gives you more advice, including what kinds of foods to eat.

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  1. Kat

    I find push ups so hard to do unless they are box press ups. It doesn’t matter how much work I do, I never seem any better at them.
    I do lots of curls and chair dips and have noticed the difference. These are really great tips and ANYONE can do them.

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