Awesome Health Tips: How to Burn Arm Fats in Less than a Week!



A fatty or flabby arm is a condition which can really put you down and ruin your image, they are hard to carry in a slim fit dress and going sleeveless is a huge embarrassment. Especially with the girls start to have this problem when after they became pregnant.

Arm fat is generally caused due to the accumulation of excess fat in the arm area. The fat deposition in other parts of the body is easy to shed, but it is quite difficult to burn the excess fat in the arms. So the gradual deposition of fat in the arms leads to flabby arms.

Both girls and guys have the same problems with their arms. Girls want toned and slim arms, whereas guys want huge muscles. No one likes saggy arms as they make your arms look bigger than they actually are.

There is no need to become a member of a well-known gym and burn a hole in your pocket. This article shows you how you can perform these exercises just in your house.

1. Simple Arm Rotating Exercise

This is a simple exercise that you can perform individually, or as the first exercise for any arm fat-reduction exercise routine. Along with reducing fat, it serves as a great warm-up exercise.

You can do this exercise anywhere, anytime while watching TV or listening to the radio. This exercise can be done while sitting or standing based on your comfort.

It is a simple exercise that you can perform standing outside your office when you’re catching a break, or in the kitchen while you wait for your toast to pop out of the toaster!

2. Scissors Exercise

This is another simple exercise that can also be performed as the first exercise to a routine. It tones and strengthens the arms.

Perform this exercise twice every day, or more frequently if you can. Like the first exercise, you can do this one just about anywhere.

3. Arm Plunge Exercise

This great exercise lets you flex your triceps and biceps all the way out, slowly molding them into shape.
Do this exercise twice every day. You can hold a water bottle or a can of tomatoes or soup in each hand. This will allow you to grip onto something, which in turn will squeeze your muscles, giving your arms some extra flexing action.

4. Push-and-Stretch Elbow Exercise

This two-step process makes one exercise routine. The two steps involved are pushing your elbows back and then stretching your arms out.

It is a tad more detailed than the others, and hence a good follow-up exercise if it is being performed as part of a routine. It is also a benefit as a standalone exercise.
Do this exercise twice every day.

5. Upside-Down “Namaste” Exercise
This exercise is also great for some advanced triceps action. Do this exercise twice every day.

6. Push-and-Pull Exercise
Another effective exercise to help you tone your flabby arms is push and pull exercise. Perform this exercise twice every day. 

Beginners’ Tip:

This exercise can tire the legs, so make sure you’re taking sufficient breaks to rest your body as you ease into this exercise.

7. Floor Push-Ups

Push-ups are a great way to tone the arms. However, here’s what you should keep in mind: Push-ups will work well as part of an overall workout routine that combines aerobic exercises, such as brisk walking, jogging, running and swimming.

This is because there are two kinds of arm flab –flab resulting from loose skin and flab resulting from fat deposits. Push-ups are effective for the former as they essentially tighten skin and tone the triceps.

Push-ups are not as effective at burning fat, and toning and slimming the arms requires the support of aerobic exercises. Do this exercise twice every day, increasing the number of push-ups as you get stronger.

Beginners’ Tips:

Instead of raising your knees off the ground, you can start by keeping them on the ground and lifting them after you have done this exercise a few times. Beginners may find their hands and/or legs hurt a little when they are starting out. This is natural as your body is still getting used to the exertion. For this reason, beginners may start by doing this exercise only once every day. Keep your buttocks up and tight when you lower yourself toward the ground.

8. Wall Push-Ups

Whether you’re performing push-ups on the floor or against a wall, the same rules apply. So do this exercise in conjunction with other aerobic exercises for maximum benefit.

Do this exercise twice every day.

9. Chair Dip Exercise

The chair dip exercise specifically targets the muscles of your upper arms, called the triceps, and helps tone any loose or sagging skin in that area. Do this exercise twice daily.

Beginners’ Tip:

Keep your knees closer to your chest when performing the exercise for better balance.

10. Arm Kickback Exercise

This exercise not only tones your triceps in a matter of days but also strengthens your arms, making them fitter for further exercising. Therefore, this exercise is a must-do.

Perform this exercise twice a day.

Additional Tips

You can do any of these exercises every day as many times as recommended for each.
You can also mix these exercises up and create a routine you can perform every other day. A routine will typically begin with one of the simpler exercises described at the beginning of the article and later move into the push-ups, ending with the simple exercises again. 

Be sure to take ample breaks in the middle. Consult your fitness trainer if you are inclined to do a combination of these exercises as a routine. He or she will be able to design a personalized routine for you, taking important factors like your health, body mass index (BMI) and stamina into consideration.
Keep yourself hydrated.

Allow yourself plenty of rest as your body needs time to cope with the lactic acid that builds up between your muscles after exercise. You also do not want to overexert yourself, harming your health, which will only hamper your hard work. 

Eat healthily. None of these exercises will work if you’re hogging on junk food.
Walk, run, jog, swim, take the stairs – do plenty of aerobic exercises.


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