21 September 2020
Have you seen those men or women whose arms look amazing? There doesn’t seem to be an ounce of fat on them, the muscles are well defined, and in extreme cases, they look like someone who could bench press a car. Most people think that in order to get the toned look to their arms that they have to use tons of equipment and weights to make this happen.
However, that is not always the case. There are tons of exercises that you can do that are not going to use equipment that are still going to give you the toned appearance that you want for your arms. And the best news is that you can do most of these exercises at home, making it easier than ever to get the toned arms you want.
So, when it comes to working out your arms and you are at home, chances are you do not have any equipment that you can use. While you can add some resistance to regular workouts with household items like water jugs, there are still plenty of exercises that can be done without using these items. You will find that doing this a few days per week is going to give you the toned look that you are wanting. The key is to stick with this workout, as it will take time to see the muscles getting toned.
With this being said, if your ultimate goal is to tone up your arms, we have five exercises that are sure to do this for you. Each of these exercises is using your body weight as the form of weight to get the muscles to tone, thus they use no equipment!
To perform a plank tape, you are going to want to start in the push up position, just as you would with a regular plank exercise. With one hand, reach up and tap your opposite shoulder. Then go back to your regular plank position. Then take the other hand and tap the opposite shoulder. Do this for 10 repetitions on each shoulder, and get out of the plank. You will find that adding in the movement makes this exercise all that more beneficial.
This is a classic arm exercise for a reason...it works! Get into push up position, making sure that your back is like a straight lower. Slower lower yourself, then push up, hold and lower yourself again. Do 10 of these for one set, and try to complete three sets each time you workout. As you get stronger and more toned, you can increase the number of sets that you do.
With this exercise, you are going to lower yourself onto one elbow and then straighten out your body to a straight line with your feet on top of each other, lining up with your elbow. The other hand is going to be bent and held onto your hip. Hold this position for at least 30 seconds. Then switch the other side and hold.
For this exercise a chair can come in handy. Position your hands about shoulder width apart on chair. Slide your butt so that you are in front of the chair with the legs extended in front of you. Straighten your arms, keeping a slight bend in the elbow. Slowly bend your elbows to your lower body towards the floor until your elbows are at a 90 degree angle. Hold this then return to the starting position. Repeat 10 times for one rep.
For this exercise, you will want to get into the push up position, once you lower yourself and then push up, roll onto one hand and put the other straight into the sky. Then repeat on the other side. Do 10 of these for each arms to get one rep.
Did you enjoy this article? Share it!