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6 Simple Exercises to Get Rid of Jiggly Arms

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Jiggly arms can feel embarrassing and uncomfortable, especially in summer when you don’t feel comfortable wearing sleeveless shirts. These jiggly parts of your arms are called triceps.

The only thing you need to do, are these 6 simple exercises to get rid of jiggly arms. You can do these exercises at home, with 1-2 kg hand weights.

Here are the 6 simple exercises to get rid of jiggly arms:

  1. Tricep Dips

For this exercise, you will need a stable chair. Stand in front of the chair, facing away from the seated area. Then place your arms shoulder width apart on the chair. Your legs should be bent on the floor. Now straighten out your arms but always keep the elbows slightly bent. Next, bend the elbows gradually, while lowering yourself. Stay shortly in this position and then return to the starting position. Repeat 10 to 15 times.

  1. Tricep Kickbacks

In this exercise, you will need to hold 1-2 kg weights in each hand. At first, bend over to a 45-degree angle if needed, bend your knees also. Now extend both your arms behind you, with your palms facing each other. Hold this position and then return to the start position. You should feel the tension in the triceps, do 10 to 15 reps.

  1. Pushups

To do a push-up, bring your hands underneath your shoulders on the floor. Kick out your legs behind, and press down on your hands. Make sure to hold your back flat, while lowering yourself to the floor. Then, slowly push back up to the starting position. Repeat this movement around 10 to 15 times.

  1. Tricep Extensions

To begin, stand up with a dumbbell held by both hands, and with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lift the weights above your head, until your arms are stretched out. Then, slowly lower the dumbbell behind your head. Lift to the starting position and repeat about 10 to 15 times.

  1. Row

With a dumbbell in each hand, stand with your feet shoulder width apart and your knees slightly bent. Your arms should be straight under your shoulders. Slowly pull the weights up, your shoulder blades should be pulled towards each other. Hold and then lower the weights. Repeat 15 times.

  1. One arm pushups

Lastly, the arm pushup. Lie on your side with your knees and hips stacked. Put your left arm on your right shoulder. Then, press your right palm into the floor until the arm is straight and lift up your lower body. Repeat 10 times with both hands.



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