Upper Arm Lifts Without Surgery!
American Society of Plastic Surgeons reported 15,457 upper-arm lifts in 2012. That is one way to go.
American Council on Exercise reported that chair dips, arms kickbacks with weights and triangle push-ups engage the upper arm muscle activity the most. That is another way to go.
I don’t know about you, but I prefer to have power and energy in those arms and not just remove the flab surgically.
Below is a detail review of the chair dip could easily be incorporated into workout plans for women and men.
- Sit on a low In a seated position, your thighs should be at the same height or lower than your knees.
- Place your hands to your side.
- Slide your hips forward just enough to clear the bench and support your body on your hands. At this point, if you feel any pain in the wrist or shoulder, stop.
- Look forward and lift up your chest. Do not look down or hallow your chest by rolling your shoulders forward. This is an upper arms exercise.
- Inhale and lower your hips in front of the bench by bending your arms. Imagine that you are dipping your butt into a pool of water.
- Exhale and push up.