Not so fast there, ladies! Don’t be in such a hurry to put away those sleeveless, summer tops. With these arm sculpting moves you can flaunt that look well into fall.
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For the majority of women, the season of fall is a time to rejoice. Why you ask? Believe it or not, most women are so excited when the fall season makes an appearance, because then they can layer themselves from head to toe in the new seasons clothes. Clothes that will have long sleeves, some baggy sweaters, and jackets.
Some of you men and younger females out there may be a little confused. Let me explain…
During the hot summer and spring months, women are by default, forced to wear less clothes when they venture out to the beaches, lakes, and even just out to the grocery store. Because if they choose not to wear a lesser amount of clothes, they are forced into the discomfort of getting extra sweaty. No one likes that. But if given the choice, most women would prefer to cover their arms up completely! The back of the arm (triceps) is one the most embarrassing places for women to carry their weight. I can’t tell you how many times I have had people come up and shake their arms at me, asking me to make their “wings” fly away. Back to my original point, the cooler weather brings women a large sense of relief, because they can cover up one of the areas they are so insecure about.
I don’t ever want you to feel insecure, let alone look forward to my favorite season of the year JUST because you may get to wear a baggy cardigan. Below you will find 3 of my favorite arm sculpting moves. These particular moves are meant to help tone and tighten your tricep area and define those shoulders.
Be the person who everyone looks at in the 50 degree weather like, “What is that lady thinking? Its so cold and she only has her tank top on!” Keep up your hard work during the fall season. Don’t go into hibernation!
Suspension Strap Tricep Press (Challenging!)
(10 reps | 2 sets)
(5-10 lbs in each hand | 12 reps | 2 sets)
(8-15 lbs | 12 reps | 2 sets)