5 Simple Exercises To Tighten Your Loose Arm!
Uppers arms’ loose skin can be a cosmetic issue both for women and men. It sags due to physical inactivity or aging. Luckily, you can tighten it with some exercises for triceps muscle. In this article we will present you 5 exercises that will tighten the loose arm skin:
Start by gliding your butt off the front of the bench while stretching out your legs in front of you.
Your arms should be straight and holding on the bench, your hands shoulder-width apart. Make sure the bench is secured enough to support your weight.
Lower your body toward the floor while slowly bending your elbows until you reach about a 90-degree angle. Keep your back close to the bench.
As soon as you touch the floor, straighten your arms again and return to starting position. This makes one repetition.
While doing the exercise, it’s important to keep your shoulders down. Also, if you find the exercise too difficult at first, bend your legs to modify.
Begin with a push –up position, on your toes, line up the body with the head, with the hand under the shoulders. Bend the elbows, closer to the floor and bend them again backwards at 90 degrees.
All the time keep your body straight, and you should extend the arms completely when pressed back.
Triceps dumbbell kickback
Get a dumbbell in each hand. Your palms should be facing your torso, while your back is straight. Bent forward at the waist, bend your knees slightly. Keep your torso parallel to the floor, your head up. Your upper arms should be close to your torso and parallel to the floor. As you hold the weights, keep your forearms pointed towards the floor forming a 90-degree angle with your upper arm. This is how you start.
The goal of the exercise is to hold your upper arms still, while using your triceps to lift the weights until your arms extend fully. You should be focused on moving the forearm.
Make a short break here then inhale and slowly lower the dumbbells in the starting position.
Stand up holding a dumbbell in each hand. Keep your feet shoulder-width apart from each other. Lift the dumbbells over your head until both arms extend fully. Make sure your palms are facing up. This is where you should feel the resistance. This is your starting position.
Lower the resistance in a semicircular motion behind your head until your forearms touch your biceps. You should keep your upper arms close to your head, your elbows in and perpendicular to the floor. When doing the exercise, move only the forearms and keep the upper arm static. Inhale at this point.
Next, use your triceps to raise the dumbbell and go back to starting position. Exhale at this point.
Bent Over Barbell Row
Face the pals down, hold a barbell while you bend your knees slightly. Lean your body forward that way you bend at the waist, but keep the back straight.
Keep your head up, while your back is parallel to the floor. Your arms should be in a vertical position to the body and the floor, while the barbell hangs in front of you.
Hold your body static, raise the barbell and breathe out, but hold the weight with your forearms only. Press the back muscles at the top contracted position for several seconds.
Then breathe in, and slowly let the barbell return to the first position.