Healthy Arms
In human anatomy, the arm is the upper limb of the body, comprising regions between the shoulder.
36. Alternating Arm Raise
Stand holding a pair of dumbbells at your sides, one palm facing in, one palm facing the front of your thigh, feet hipwidth apart. Keeping your arms straight and shoulders down, simultaneously raise one weight in front of you and the other out to your side, both to shoulder height. Return to start. Thats one rep. Repeat with opposite arms and continue alternating.
37. Arnold
Stand with your feet hipwidth apart, holding a pair of dumbbells in front of your thighs, palms facing away from you. Curl the weights to shoulder height, then rotate your hands so that your palms face forward and press the dumbbells toward the ceiling until your arms are extended directly overhead. Pause, then reverse the movement to return to start. Thats one rep.
38. Row with Triceps Kickback
Hold a dumbbell in your right hand and place your left knee and hand on a bench so your hips and shoulders form 90degree angles with your legs and arms. Keeping your back flat and core tight, bend your right elbow to lift the weight to the side of your chest, then raise the weight behind you until your arm is completely straight. Reverse the move to return to start. Finish all reps, then repeat on the other side.
39. Standing V Raise
Hold a dumbbell in each hand and stand with your feet shoulderwidth apart, arms at your sides, palms in. With arms straight but not locked, raise the weights diagonally in front of you, so that your arms form a V shape, until your arms are parallel to the floor. Hold for one second, then return to the starting position. Do 12 to 15 reps.
40. Shoulder Press
Holding a pair of dumbbells just above your shoulders, palms facing each other, stand with your feet shoulderwidth apart, knees slightly bent. Press the weights until your arms are straight overhead. Hold for one second, then take three seconds to lower the dumbbells back to your shoulders. Do six to eight reps.

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