Low Weights, High Reps: Feel the Burn With These Arm Exercises

If you don`t want to fight with the problem of the flapping arms forever, then you should try these five exercises that we are recommending to you. If you want to feel your arm muscles burning you should start with light weights but hard moves that will absolutely make you feel the burn. Grab the dumbbells and start exercising. You could try without weights, too. It is not going to be some huge mistake.

The Triceps Push

Kneel on your knees and get the weights in both hands. Your toes need to be touching the ground. Bend your elbows at 90 degrees and lean your body just a little bit forward.

From here,extend both of your arms straight back, palms facing each other. Then, return back to the starting position. Try to squeeze your biceps during the whole time.

Repeat for 10 times for3 sets.

The Bicep and Deltoid Squeeze

You should sit down and cross your legs. Grab the weights. Slowly, lift up your arms and extend them to your side. Bend the elbows at 90 degrees and hold the weights up there. The wrists should be parallel with your elbows.

Then, you should rotate your arms so your elbows could meet in front of your chest.Try to keep all your muscles engaged while you are moving back to starting position.

Do the same movements for 10 times, and repeat for 3sets.

The Deltoid Back Squeeze

For this exercise, you need to kneel on the floor. Then lower yourself as you want to sit down so your legs could come under your butt. Lean with your torso just a little bit forward and extend both arms so you could put them under your butt. The hands should not touch your back.

Now, quickly squeeze your arms together so the weights almost touch. Get back to the starting position. Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Right-Angle Bicep Curl

Sit down on the floor and cross your legs. Take the weights extend your arms straight in front of your chest. The palms are pointed to the ceiling.

Pull your arms backward slowly and try to make a right angle.Get them back into the starting position. Make 3 sets of 10 repetitions.

Squaring It Off

Sit on the floor and cross your legs. But you imagine you are in a box. Extend your arms slowly and lift them up. It should look like you are lifting them to the top corners of the box. From here, bring your arms down so that should look like you are reaching for the bottom corners of the box.

Then, rotate them to the outside so it could seem like you arereaching for the bottom corners of the box.

At the end, lift up your arms so they are behind and above you like you are reaching for the top corners of the box. Get back to starting position. Do 3 sets of 10 repetitions.