You ever reach your arm out, point at something, and feel a little jiggle? How awkward does that feel?
Having flabby arms can really mess with somebody’s confidence. No worries, there are exercises and workouts that you can do to reduce this flab.
One of the best parts? You don’t need much time. When you can change your body and not waste any parts of your day doing so, you’ll start to become more confident again. You’ll start worrying less about how your arms look.
12 Minute Flabby Arm Eraser
You only need 12 minutes to start feeling a change in your flabby arms. It’s going to take some work, but it can be done.
You don’t need to be in the gym for hours and hours lifting heavy weights to see a change. Just put in hard work for a short duration of time and results can still come.
- 25 Arm Circles (Forward)
- 25 Tricep Dips
- 25 Arm Circles (Backward)
- 20 Push-Ups
- 30 Second Plank
Repeat 3 times to get a solid arm workout and help make those flabby arms tone again.
Yes, this is simple to do, but you need to make sure that you keep your arms tightened the entire time so you can really feel the effects of this exercise.
You don’t want to make the circles too big or too small. It could take a while to find the right sized circles you should be making, but once you do, you’ll be feeling your shoulders working right away.
This won’t just be working your shoulders but it will be working your biceps and triceps as well. You have to make sure you keep your arms flexed while doing the exercise. This will allow you to get more work done.
There’s a parallel bar dip and a tricep dip. Parallel bar dips are going to do more work for your chest. The tricep dip is going to put a lot of emphasis on your triceps.
You really need to use all the force you can get from your triceps. It’s easy to use other parts of your body to get yourself up. However, it’s crucial that you only use your triceps.
If you want to lose your flabby arms, this is what you need to do.
Doing push-ups are going to really seem like they are working only your chest. Trust me, they aren’t. You are working much more than just your chest.
If it didn’t have anything to do with your arms then it wouldn’t be a part of this workout.
Push-ups work your arms a lot more than you may initially think, especially after doing arm circles and tricep dips. You are guaranteed to feel this exercise in your arms just as much as you will in your chest.
The plank is traditionally an ab exercise, but for purposes of this workout, we are going to look at it as an arm workout.
Holding yourself up is going to force your arms to work your shoulders all the way through to your wrists.
For those of you that have flabby arms, this will really be a good test at how far you need to go because you won’t realize how weak your arms are until you try to hold them in one position for any amount of time.