Healthy Arms
In human anatomy, the arm is the upper limb of the body, comprising regions between the shoulder.
11. Try New Triceps Toners
Combine traditional triceps toners with longextend moves like ball overhead reaches: Start with your shoulders and head on the ball, hips lifted, and hands over your chest. Bend at your elbows and slowly lower your hands back over your head (until your arms form a 90degree angle). Pause and return to start. Beginners can push hands together while advanced may keep arms apart. Perform 1520 repetitions, holding the last lift for 10 seconds at 45 degrees.Part two: From the final 45degree position, bend and extend your arms for a traditional triceps extension. Perform 15 repetitions and then bring hands back to chest. Repeat the set.
12. Sit Down to Tone Up
Sitting on a Swiss ball strengthens your core and improves posture. Try these simple moves to tone your triceps and shoulders while you boost core strength and balance Seated ball triceps: Sit tall on the ball with your arms overhead. Beginners may place hands together, while advanced can keep arms apart. Bending at the elbows, reach behind your head and extend back to the top. Perform 2030 repetitions with light weights. Mini lift: Start sitting on the ball with your arms extending at chest height. Your hands should be together, back of wrists touching and thumbs pointing down. Lift arms from chest to eye height for 2030 repetitions with light weights, keeping your shoulders relaxed and down the entire time.
13. Stay Lean with Cardio
Burning calories is key to having a sleek, toned body. Walking on an incline of ten percent or more can be intense, but try leaning forward and holding on to the handrails to incorporate an arm workout in your 3045 minute trek.
14. Remember the Small Stuff
Your rotator cuff muscles may be small, but theyre still an important part of stabilizing and shaping your shoulders. Try seated external rotation with tubing or free weights twice a week to tone and prevent injuries. Start sitting with your arm bent in a 90degree angle to the side, upper arm parallel to the ground. Without changing the bend in your arm, slowly lower the weight forward to 90 degrees and return to top. Perform 1215 repetitions with light weights and repeat on the other side.
15. Dont Forget to Stretch
Resistance training is great for building strength, but stretching is essential for keeping your joints moving freely. Stretch your triceps by reaching one arm up and then behind your head, aiming for the middle of your back. Gently press on the elbow with the other hand and hold for 1030 seconds and repeat on the other side. Another great stretch Side neck stretch: Lean your right ear to your right shoulder, pressing with the right hand on the top of your head. Keep left shoulder down by reaching toward the ground. Hold for 1030 seconds and repeat on the other side.

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