Wow – thank you thank you for sharing your stories with me about your frustrations with your arms (from Part 1 – For Tight and Toned Arms) !! I only asked for 5 comments and received well over 15!!!
Apparently I’m not the only one who has been frustrated when trying to get tight and toned arms!
The stories that you shared with me reminded me of me - it reminded me of days when I honestly thought I was going to be stuck with flabby arms forever – just like you.
I’ll never forget the day one of my co-workers told me I had ‘lunch lady arms’.
Oh yes – he did.
I knew something had to change.
But I had no idea what else I could do. I had followed EVERY training recommendation and tip I had heard of – anything Oprah suggested to any remedy Google might have shown me when I typed in ‘get tight and toned arms’.
I would be in the gym doing countless reps of one exercise to go into another one. I made sure I didn’t eat any bad for me food. I tried any new move that I saw on tv or heard about or read in a magazine no matter how ridiculous I may have looked (a few of them DID give me some funny looks – I just thought they were jealous of how good my arms were going to look – haha – not quite).
Needless to say, after all the workout, diet, training tips – I still had ‘lunch lady arms’.
Oh those nasty three words.
I was annoyed.
I mean – how could this stuff not work? Jennifer Anistion, Gwenyth Paltrow and even the First Lady Michelle Obama had amazing arms and did the same workouts! Why didn’t I!?
Then one day I was in a rush – got to the gym late and had to meet a friend afterward – but I still had to get in my workout. With such little time I wasn’t able to do my usual routine of nearly more than 20 reps per exercise, so I dropped the number of reps I was doing.
I had SUCH a better workout. I was SO sore the next day. I had MORE time to go out with my friends.
I decided to keep working out this way….
And it worked…..
Making sure to only do between 8-10 reps of each arm exercise.
Once I made that one little change…the ball started rolling and I saw arm training in a whole new light.
That one workout with so little time changed my whole arm training routine and I FINALLY saw results.
However – this change was only one piece of the puzzle to help me get ‘flab-u-less’ arms….
What else did I do? If I get at least 10 comments below, I’ll be back on Friday with Part 2 of my arm training routine that helped me GET RESULTS.
Don’t forget to leave your comment below!
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