You are absolutely 100% amazing! Your interaction on my site and these last few posts has me SO excited – not only because I can offer you more information to help you – but there are SO many ideas racing through my mind to make this site even better and your comments and feedback help me do that – THANK YOU!
First and foremost – I can’t believe how MANY different names we have given that flabby unwanted skin on our arms. Everything from ‘lunch lady arms’, to ‘batwings’, to ‘teacher arms’ – and I’ve even heard some more – but they aren’t as nice.
But no matter what you call it – arm flab is gross. No one wants it and we need an action plan to get rid of it.
In my last post – For Tight and Toned Arms – Training Tip #1 – I gave you my first training tip to how I got tight and toned arms – and got rid of my flabby arms. As promised – I’m back today with Training Tip #2!
Once I made the first change to my arm training routine I began to see a slight difference in my physique. However, it wasn’t enough to REALLY get rid of that arm flab.
Then I was watching some reality show on TV about singing/dancing and they mentioned tempo. Which then reminded me of one painful workout that I did with a friend who made me use ‘tempo’ when doing certain movements.
With that – another light came on!
You’ re like huh? Give me two seconds to explain.
When working out – you usually go through the motions. For example a tricep push-down. You push the bar down until your arms are fully extended and then you bring the bar back up. Usually just going up and down and up and down. Just letting the weight move.
However – if you do your tricep push-down following a tempo – you will feel a COMPLETELY different burn.
So – for example when doing your tricep push-down you follow a 3-2-1 tempo. This means that when you push down to extend your arms – you go slow – taking 3 seconds until your arms are fully extended. Then once at the bottom hold for a count of 2 seconds – then let bend your arms back up to your starting position for a count of 1.
Adding this tempo challenges your muscles for a longer period of time – allowing them to do more work and therefore helping you see more results!
Not to mention -its going to make your arms sore!
So – add this arm training tip with Training Tip #1 and you’re on your way……
However….this is just the beginning!!!
If I can get 12 comments on this article I’ll be back next week with even MORE tips and tricks to help you get rid of your bat wings!
PS – Just in case you missed my the picture from my first photoshoot – here it is – just to show you that I promise you this stuff works!
Did you miss Tight and Toned Arms Training Tip #1? Check it out HERE
- For Tight and Toned Arms – Training Trick #1
- For Tight And Toned Arms
- 3 Chest Press Exercises for Tight Toned Arms
- 3 Exercises for Tight Toned Arms
- One Move to Get Rid of Flabby Arms
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