8 simple exercises to tone flabby arms at home

The skin on the arms is one of the most prone to becoming flaccid and “sagging” downwards. Being almost always visible, especially during the warmer months, flabby arms are an aesthetic problem to which many people would like to find a solution.

Fortunately, there are targeted exercises that allow us to tone our arms, eliminating loose skin , without having to go to the gym. Dedicate a few minutes a day to these exercises to rejuvenate your arms.

To practice these exercises you don’t need any equipment. All you need is a chair and enough space to stretch your arms.

Exercise #1
Sit in the chair, with your feet flat on the floor. Extend your arms out to the sides, at shoulder height, with your hands facing down and fists clenched.

Relax your shoulders and begin moving your arms in a circle 8 times. Then, without lowering your arms, turn your hands upwards and move them in a circle again. He returns to the starting position and rests for a few seconds, then starts again.

Exercise #2
Bring your hands towards your face, placing your palms on your cheeks and your elbows together. She opens her arms, bringing her arms towards her sides, without removing her hands from her cheeks, and then close her elbows again.

Perform 8 repetitions.

Exercise #3
Extend your arms forward, with the palm of your hand open towards the sides of your body. Perform 8 forward rotational movements with your shoulders.

Once you have finished this exercise, repeat it but making rotational movements backwards.

Exercise #4
Extend your arms sideways and make fists. Raise them to shoulder height, then bring them back down.

Perform 8 repetitions.

Exercise #5
Extend your arms with your fists closed. Then bring them up to your armpits, with your elbows facing outwards.

Control your breathing and perform 8 repetitions of this exercise.

Exercise #6
For this exercise you will have to stretch your arms to the sides of your body, with closed fists.

Bend your arms at the elbows, bringing your fists towards your armpits.

Exercise #7
To practice this exercise, stretch your arms at shoulder height, with your palms semi-closed and your fingers facing inwards except for the thumb, which must be facing upwards.

Bring your thumb down and up, rotating your entire arm, and perform 8 repetitions.

Exercise #8
Extend your arms with your hands open, then bring your left arm towards the right side of your body.

Grab your extended left arm with your right hand (grabbing it from the wrist) and push for 8 seconds in the opposite direction.