Do you want to tone your arms?
Arms are perhaps one of our body parts that struggle the most with time, this is why we want to share with you this easy routine. The best part is that you don’t need to go to the gym. All you need are some dumbbells and motivation. You can rest assured that you will start noticing results in a short time.
Before starting a new workout routine, make sure to consult with a health professional if these exercises are okay for you.
For this first exercise you must get in a squat position with your feet apart and your knees slightly flexed (if you prefer you can do it sitting down) place your arms behind your head holding the dumbbells. Stretch your arms all the way up and bring them back down. Repeat this movement 10 to 12 times in 3 different sessions.
Sideways shoulder elevation
You must stand up, with your hands to the side and your legs slightly flexed and take one dumbbell in each hand. In this position, with your arms almost all stretched out, lift the dumbbells to the side until your elbows are at the same level as your shoulders, then lower them down slowly. Repeat this 10 to 12 times in 3 different sessions.
Standing up, with your feet slightly separated and your knees slightly flexed, take one dumbbell on each hand and flex your elbows lifting the weight then lower them down. Repeat 10 to 12 times in 3 different sessions.
Alternated bicep curls
In the same position as the last exercise, take 2 dumbbells and flex your elbow lifting the weight, then lower it down and repeat the process with your other arm. Repeat this 10 to 12 times in 3 different sessions.
In the same position as the last exercises, hold the dumbbells with both arms and elevate them until they reach the same level as your shoulders. Your head must be in an upright position. Extend your arms completely lifting the dumbbells to the roof. Slowly lower the elbows to the first position. Repeat 10 to 12 times in 3 different sessions.
Alternated shoulder frontal elevations
With your arms vertically extended and the palm of your hands pointing to your body, we take one dumbbell with each hand. From this position, with your arms pointing down, we elevate the arms until they are parallel to the floor. Repeat 10 to 12 times in 3 different sessions.