The arm workouts I follow give me fantastic results - they impart graceful, slim and well-toned appearance to my arms!
Ahem....I think I look "gorgeous" and elegant in slim-cut sleeveless outfits that show off my gracefully slender arms. I feel flatteringly feminine and "sexy".
I jump at every opportunity to show off my slim, firm arms. And I know very well that I don't have to worry anymore about flabby upper arms swaying in the air as I lift them up! This is an extra exhilaration and the most pleasing visual satisfaction!
So, have you toned and exercised your arms lately?
Probably not because you're more concerned about toning your stomach, thighs and butts - the areas you think most needed working out. Right?
You shouldn't because your arms are another very visible part of you which need to be toned and exercised too.
Well, what I want to share is that consistent arm workouts/arm exercises not only give me strong arms, they also benefit my workouts on my chest, shoulders and back as the stronger arms provide good solid bases to help these muscles in their respective movements and speed up my chest, shoulder and back workout results.
Well, you can get fairly quick results since arm muscles store lesser fat, making it easier to melt away, hence allowing leaner muscles to be readily visible.
I would say the regular arm routines I featured here have helped me a lot in slimming down and firming up my arms. They zero-in on the most important arm muscle areas: biceps, triceps and forearm.
It's a plus to know your arm muscles first before you launch into the actual arm workouts because you would feel confident working them out to their best forms.
Your arm muscles are made up of:
For good result, I recommend arm exercises which work on all 3 of them:
The arm routine I feature here place extra attention on the triceps which account for 70% of the muscle mass in your upper arm.
Genetically, we ladies tend to accumulate fat in this area and if neglected, they become quite flabby.
Now, to the routine!
Ah! You may be plagued by this - which is the best bicep exercise for you?
I provide a tight "nutshell" choice for you here.
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