Eliminate Arm Flab with These 5 Simple Exercises

We all want to look fit and feel healthy, and some people undergo surgeries to improve the way they look. But, for some problems you don’t need expensive surgery and chemical products, you just need few minutes to do several exercises.

Eliminate Arm Flab with These 5 Simple Exercises

Arm flab is very common, especially among women, but it is easy to get rid of it with just a few simple exercises. If you too want to get rid of or prevent arm flab, you can start right away.

Easy Push-Ups

You will need to get in a push-up position and keep your knees on the floor and hands under your shoulders. Remember to keep your elbows close to the sides and then contract your abdomen and glutes, and then lower your body. Return to the starting position and repeat 10 to 12 times.

Jumping Jacks

First stand with your feet together and hands at your sides. Jump, spreading your legs wide and your hands touching overhead. After that return to the original position with your feet together and hands at the sides, and repeat 25 times.

Soup Can Bend

For this exercise, you will need a can of food. Just stand with your legs together and knees soft, and arms straight up (keeping the elbows next to the ears) while holding a can of food in your hands. Then bend your elbows to a 90-degree angle and squeeze the triceps to straighten the arms back up. Repeat this exercise 10 to 12 times.

Wine Bottle Lifts

First lay on the floor (or on a bench) with your arms extended over your head, holding a wine bottle in each hand. Then bend your elbows so your forearms are parallel to the floor, and then slowly straighten your arms in the air. Lower them back down to the first position and do 10 to 12 repetitions.

Chair Dips

Sit straight on the hair, holding your legs just a bit extended and your feet on the floor. Then place your hands on the both sides of the chair, outside of your hips, keeping your palms down and fingertips pointing to the floor. Then, without moving your legs, bring your glutes forward off the chair. Lower yourself until your elbows can form 90 degrees and push yourself back to the starting position. Repeat it 10 to 12 times.