Arm Workouts for Sagging & Creepy Skin : Fab Fitness
4 Effective Arm Exercises You Can Do Anywhere
I love resistance bands: They're lightweight and don't take up any space, which means they can travel with me everywhere. I'm also a huge fan of these four quick arm exercises. Using bands, you can do these anywhere, anytime. These moves will get your arms toned and stronger in no time—just make sure to choose the proper resistance band for your strength level. The band you use should allow you to maintain proper form throughout the move. Even if it feels too easy as you start, remember that the resistance will increase as you reach full extension. Start with a light band, but be ready to switch to a medium or heavy band if you don’t feel challenged. (Get a flat belly in just 10 minutes a day with our reader-tested exercise plan!)
Holding ends of band in each hand, step on center of band with right foot. Step back with left into lunge position; lean torso slightly forward toward front knee. Arms should be straight down in front on either side of right knee. Keep arms shoulder-width apart, pull in core, and inhale. Exhale and pull band up toward chest, elbows flexing out to side. Keep collarbone open and slowly return arms to starting position. Do 10 to 12 reps, then repeat with left foot.
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Holding ends of band in each hand, step on center of band with right foot. Step back with left into lunge position, while keeping torso upright and elbows locked into sides, arms in "L" position. Curl hands up to shoulders and then slowly return to starting position. Do 10 to 12 reps, then repeat with left foot. (Here's how to do lunges without killing your knees.)
Stand with feet hip-width apart and bend knees slightly, leaning torso forward, keeping back straight and head up. Hold band behind you; the closer together hands are, the harder the exercise will be. Pull band apart while opening chest as much as possible while maintaining form and alignment. Slowly return to starting position. Do 2 sets of 10 to 12 reps each.
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In wide stance with toes turned out, sink into squat while keeping torso upright. Hold band straight out in front with hands shoulder-width apart, palms facing down. (To increase difficulty, place hands closer together.) Pull band apart out to sides and squeeze shoulder blades together; slowly return arms to starting position. Do 2 sets of 10 to 12 reps each.
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