12 Exercises for Strong, Sculpted Arms


Ok, this one is great and challenges me. You got this and I want to hear that you did this whole workout just as written! ROCK THOSE GUN!

WARM-UP: Make sure to do your WARM-UP it’s a big part of your workout. GO HERE if you haven’t done it yet.

TOOLS: dumbbell, weight bar, step or chair/bench, and towel

Write down your weights, reps, and sets. This way you can see your progress!
Remember: Do what you can and what you can’t do try again next time to finish. You move at your own pace and make it work for you.

STRENGTH CIRCUIT 1

 

  • Shoulder Press
  • In & Out Bicep Curl
  • Legs Up Triceps Extension

STRENGTH CIRCUIT 2

  • Deep Swimmer Press
  • Hammer Curl
  • Weighted Chair/Bench Dip

STRENGTH CIRCUIT 3

  • Triceps Kickback
  • Reverse Fly
  • Biceps Curl
  • Flip Grip Twist Triceps Kickback

 

STRENGTH CIRCUIT 1

Shoulder Press

Press dumbbells upward until arms are extended overhead. Lower to sides of shoulders and repeat.

In & Out Bicep Curl

Standard curl with palms up grip. Bring weights back down and turn forearms out to side for side curls. Bring weights back down. Rotate back and forth.

Legs Up Triceps Extension

Lie on your back with knees bent at 45 degree angel, hold a weight in each hand with arms extended toward the ceiling. Bend elbows and lower weights until they’re alongside your ears. Return to starting position and repeat.

STRENGTH CIRCUIT 2

Deep Swimmer Press

Press dumbbells overhead in modified corkscrew motion. Start with palms in. While raising dumbbells overhead, turn wrists so palms face out at top of move. Mimic move in reverse on way down.

Hammer Curl

With elbows to sides, raise one dumbbell until forearm is vertical and thumb faces shoulder. Lower to original position and repeat with alternative arm.

Weighted Chair/Bench Dip

With a pair of flat benches or chairs positioned about 3 feet apart and a plate or weight on your lap, slide your glutes off the bench and lower yourself by bending your arms. Stop with your elbows are bent about 90 degrees, the press back up to full arm extension.

STRENGTH CIRCUIT 3

Triceps Kickback

Hold a medium weight in both hands and bend over until your torso is at a 45-degree angle or parallel to the floor (more advanced). Bend the knees if needed and keep the abs engaged to protect the lower back. Begin the movement by bending the arms and pulling the elbows up to torso level. Holding that position, straighten the arms out behind you, squeezing the triceps muscles. Bend the arms back to starting position and repeat

Reverse Fly

Use light-medium dumbbells and begin in a seated position, bent over with arms hanging down and weights under the knees. Try not to collapse on the legs but, instead, keep the back straight and the abs engaged. Lift the arms out to the sides, up to shoulder level, squeezing shoulder blades together. Keep the elbows slightly bent and only lift to shoulders. Return to start and repeat.

Biceps Curl

Start in a standing position with your feet shoulder width apart and your knees relaxed. Grasp a barbell with your hands also shoulder width apart. Your grip should be underhand (palms facing upwards) . Stand upright and let the bar hang in front of your thighs. Bend at your elbows to curl the bar to shoulder level. Pause momentarily at this top position. Slowly lower the bar back to the starting position.

Flip Grip Twist Triceps Kickback

Stand leaning forward and perform standard triceps kickbacks, twist wrist position to palms-up at the top of lift.

Repeat all circuits 1 to 2 more times to get your 2 – 3 sets in today!

ROCK IT!

Great job!! Alright don’t forget the COOL DOWN! This is an important part of your workout. Click HERE to cool down before hitting the showers.

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