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How To Tone Arms Easily?

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Here is how to tone your arms easily. First: Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms down by your sides, holding a 5- to 8-pound dumbbell in each hand, palms facing in. In one fluid motion, bend your right elbow and sweep your hand in front of your body and up to shoulder height. Lower straight down, then repeat with your left arm. Do 3 sets of 15 reps per side. To keep the focus on your biceps, move your upper arm as little as possible.

In consultation with CureJoy expert James Dudley:

How To Tone Arms Easily?

If you have a problem with going sleeveless because of how your arms look, don’t be upset. There are several things that one can actually do to tone her arms. However, most think that to achieve the shapely and well sculpted arm, it will take much effort.

What if I tell you that a simple 15 minutes or less workout time is just what you need every day to achieve it? Fine toning your arms are pretty easy if you compare it with toning other parts of your body.

[Read: 4 Super Effective Stomach Toning Exercises]

Easy Arm Toning Exercises

Toning your arms will take much time if you go with free-hand style. Therefore, using a light weight should be a better option if you want it faster. Here are some of the exercises that can help you.

Karate Curl

Stand with feet hip-width apart and arms down by your sides, holding a 5- to 8-pound dumbbell in each hand, palms facing in. In one fluid motion, bend your right elbow and sweep your hand in front of your body and up to shoulder height. Lower straight down, then repeat with your left arm. Do 3 sets of 15 reps per side. To keep the focus on your biceps, move your upper arm as little as possible.

Overhead Triceps Extension

Stand with feet hip-width apart. Hold light dumbbell in right hand, arm extended straight overhead, left hand supporting right elbow (A) to prevent it from flaring out. Bend elbow, lowering dumbbell behind head (B), then press back up to start position. Repeat on opposite side.

Triceps Push-up

First, lie facedown with your forearms, palms, and knees on a mat. Your elbows should be directly below your shoulders, with hands and forearms 6–8 inches apart. Another way of doing it is by keeping your knees on the mat, straightening your arms and pushing your torso and thighs up. Your body should be in a straight line from your knees to your head. Slowly lower your body to complete the rep. Do 3 sets of 15 repeats. To best target your triceps, don’t allow your elbows to flare out to the sides during the move.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.