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April 17, 2011

How to Get Rid of Flabby Arms

How to Get Rid of Your Flabby Arms

Giving your arms a workout can be hard. Many might even be surprised to know that the arms are sometimes the hardest part of the body to get into shape. While this may seem a bit bleak to some, don’t worry. There are some ways that you can help whip those arms into shape.

While some may think that arm exercises are the only thing that you need to do, it actually is not. Eating fatty foods is something that needs to be cut out of your regular diet. You may also want to stay away from sodas, candy, anything that is fried, and alcohol. All of these things contribute to the fatty buildup that cause many to have flabby arms. It may be difficult at first, but learning to cut back on these foods is the first step to making sure those flabby arms get back in shape.

Cardio workouts are another thing that you are going to have to add to your daily routine. Doing at least 30 minutes of cardio, 2 to 3 times a week, can aid you in burning off fat. Simple things like walking, jogging, or even swimming are great examples of cardio workouts. Swimming is especially good toning up the arms because you are working with the resistance of the water and burning hundreds of calories while doing it.

Tricep extensions are something that you should be looking to do every day. This is a workout that specifically targets the area of the arm where fat can easily build up. You can use a table, a chair, or simply stand on the floor slightly bent over. With a weight in hand, and your arm bent by your side, simply push the weight back until your arm is straight and parallel to the floor. Just remember to move only elbow joint and you will do great. You can start off doing this once a day and gradually increase after the first week

One of my favorite tricep exercises is the skull crushers. Don’t get intimidated by the name 😉
Skull crushers are a great way to stimulate the inner and the outer head of the triceps muscle for a complete tricep stimulation.

All of these are things that you should take into consideration when trying to get rid of those flabby arms and get them tight and toned

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April 21, 2011

Gertrude R. Ellis @ 4:25 am

I too have flabby arms.. i will follow the instruction given above..
thanx for making such useful article..

Chong J. Tignor @ 5:17 am

Really Great Work!!
Thank you!!

May 2, 2011

Roger Zach @ 11:16 pm

.Whether you’re overweight of not, exercising the triceps a minimum of three times a week should be your main effort in getting rid of flabby arms. Follow the following procedure:

Sit in a chair, toward the front. Your feet should be flat on the floor, spaced apart so that they are even with your shoulders.
Hold a weight in your left hand, a small, five-pound one will do (it’s not the weight, but the repetitions that count), and raise your left arm all the way up, so that it’s pointing toward the ceiling, palm facing in. Support your left arm by holding it just below the elbow with your right hand.
Slowly bend your left arm so that the weight in your left hand now rests behind your left shoulder. Take 3 seconds to straighten your left arm so that it’s pointing toward the ceiling again. Hold the position for 1 second.
Take 3 seconds to lower the weight back to your shoulder by bending your elbow. Keep supporting your left arm with your right hand throughout the exercise.
Pause, and then repeat the bending and straightening until you have done the exercise 8 to 15 times with your left arm.
Reverse positions and repeat 8 to 15 times with your right arm.
Rest; then repeat another set of 8 to 15 repetitions on each side.
Do three sets in a session.

Vanessa @ 11:22 pm

To get rid of flabby arms is through proper diet. Loosing fats also means that you need to eat a healthier diet. When you do a diet plan, it does not really mean that you would eat fewer amounts. Your diet plan should still be including all the food groups. Many people do the mistake of eating less or worse yet, they skip meals. Now, do not commit the same mistake

I have been doing this and almost got the results.. 🙂

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