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How To Get Rid Of Arm Fat

How To Get Rid Of Arm Fat

This Videojug film explains that losing weight is a process that has to happen on the whole body and not any specific portion of the body. Learn several exercises that help lose arm and overall fat, tone muscles of your body and stay healthy.

In this video, I am going to tell you how to lose arm fat. If you want to lose fat anywhere on your body, you need to eat less calories than you are using. Now, you can't specifically say that you want to lose fat from your arms and nowhere else.

You will need to lose fat overall and tone that area. Don't go for quick fix diet because it's not a sustainable choice. You may lose weight initially but in the long run, you are more likely to gain more weight that you started with.

Go for eating little and often. This way, you can have what you like but also you get your metabolism going all through the day. Make sure you put a healthy combination of carbohydrates, resins, good fats, plenty of vegetables and a moderate amount of fruits.

Drink two litres of water a day, if you are exercising, you will need even more than that. To tone your arms, you really need to use some kind of weights. Now, you don't have to have an expensive weight, you could use something from the kitchen like a bottle or a can.

The first exercise starts with our arms at a right angle to your shoulders. You want to lift up slowly and controlled, remembering to breathe. You want to do 8-12 repetitions of this and then have a rest.

As your strength increases, you can increase the repetitions or the sets. The next exercise, you stand with your feet together, with your knees slightly bent, and lift the weights up just to the top here. Make sure that your elbows are coming nice and high.

A bicycle is a great way to tone the biceps. Have your arm next to the side of your body, keep your elbow enclosed and lift that weight up to the top. Remember, this needs to be a controlled movement and need to keep breathing.

Press-ups are a great way of exercising your arms, your shoulders, and your chest. For a traditional press up, all you need to do is have your hands at shoulder-width apart or slightly wide, it's to make it easier and making sure that you keep your back straight or always keep your core strong whilst doing this exercise. Bring yourself down steadily and back up again, never rush this.

If you find that's too difficult for you, then you can go down on your knees, but remember to keep your form. So, for a traditional press up, what you want to do is have your hands either at shoulder-width apart or slightly wider apart to make it easier, go up on your toes, and come down, make sure that your body is straight and that you keep your core strong. Now, for an easier version of this, if you find that too difficult, come down on your knees, so lift your feet up at the back, again keep that back straight, keep that core strong and go down.

Remember, this needs to be nice and steady and you are breathing throughout the exercise. To tone the backs of your arms, the best exercise is using a bench. Now, either a gym bench or you can use a table or a chair and you want to lean against it with both hands on the edge of the bench.

You bring your legs as in front of you, bring your heels down to the floor and then dip down. You want to keep your bottom nice and close to that bench as you do it. Because you use your arms all the time, you want to make sure you stretch each time you exercise them.

This will help to lengthen the muscles and also reduce the amount of muscle pain that you feel the next day or two days later. So, for the triceps, what you want to do is hold your arm above you and just take your upper hand below the elbow, and push back, bring your hand down at the back there. You should feel a stretch along the back of the tops of the arms.

These arm exercises also use your shoulders so again, you need to stretch your shoulders. Bring your arm straight out in front of you and across your body, put your other hand just above the elbow and press it in. You should feel a stretch all the way around your shoulder.

Because you use your arms all the time, it's really important to stretch them after you have been exercisi