Your arms are so important for everyday life, make them stronger and feel accomplished in everything you do. The best way to get toned arms is through a two-prong approach: diet and exercise.
Here we are going to tell you the best exercise for tone up arm:
For doing this exercise you can use a box, low bench or chair but make sure it’s stable and won’t easily slide on the floor. With your back behind the bench, place your hands on the bench. Make sure your wrists are comfortable. Extend your feet in front of you while keeping your knees bent. To begin, lower your body until your butt almost touches the floor and your elbows are at a 90-degree angle. Keep your back as close to the bench as possible, and ensure your knees stay flexed. Once your body is at the lowest position, lift yourself back up by straightening your elbows until you’re back at the starting position. Repeat this arm workout for 30 seconds. Do as many reps as you can.
Serve the Platter
Holding light weights in each hand start with hands at waist level and slowly lift up and away until your arms are extended at shoulder height and then slowly lower them down to your waist. Repeat this arm workout for one minute.
Wide Bicep Curl
Stand with your feet slightly wider than hips-width distance apart. Holding a dumbbell in each hand and hold your arms out wide with a slight bend in your elbows, palms facing up. After slightly bending your elbows pull the weights toward your ears. Extend your arms out wide again to complete one rep. Complete as many reps as you can with correct form for 30 seconds.
Curl and Press
Stand with your feet hip distance apart, holding dumbbells by your side with your palms facing in. Keep your abs tight as you bicep curl the weights up toward your shoulders. Once you curl all the way up, press the weights overhead, keeping your palms facing in. Lower the weights back down to your shoulders, and extend the arms down straight, and repeat.
Lie face up on the floor, knees bent, feet flat, and arms extended overhead with a light dumbbell in each hand. Contract abs and slowly curl up, lifting head, shoulders, and back off the floor. Simultaneously bring arms forward in an arc toward the knees. Hold for a second and then slowly reverse to start. Do many reps as you can for 30 seconds.