Easy arm routines
Having firm and toned arms is also necessary to look good and in top shape. Normally we emphasize the buttocks and legs, but do not neglect the upper body. There is a limit to the size that your arms can reach, but they can look perfectly sculpted if you can define both biceps and triceps. It is easy to forget about the triceps because it is not a muscle group that you can see all the time (in case you did not know, it is made up of 3 parts that are located in the back of your arms), but that only makes your arms They look less proportionate and that it takes you longer to increase their size.
The best routine for arms is the one that covers all the muscles involved, it is important to keep your elbows controlled and isolate each movement so that it does its job (it does not help you to carry a lot of weight if you do not have the correct form) If we are not used to to exercise it is convenient that, to strengthen the arms, we go little by little. We will start with low repetitions and weight and will increase it as we gain strength.
Lateral raises for the shoulders
This is one of the best exercises to tone your arms and that you can expose your shoulders in summer. This exercise is done standing up. All you have to do is slightly bend your knees and hold a dumbbell in each hand (if you don't have this accessory, try a bottle). Now, raise your arms laterally until you see that your shoulder, elbow and wrist are aligned and parallel with the ground. Try not to raise your shoulders more than necessary and that they always stay back and down at the same time that you push your chest out a little.
The bicep curl is another classic exercise. It consists of standing with your knees slightly bent and your arms lowered, and holding a dumbbell in each hand. In this position, bend your elbows and bring your wrists toward your shoulders. Once there, go down slowly. Be careful not to separate the elbows from the body, make sure that they are glued to your body at all times. Don't arch your back either, keep it straight and upright.
Push-ups help us to work the chest, but the triceps also actively collaborate. Lie on your stomach and place your hands slightly wider than your shoulders. From there, push down on the ground to make your body rise, and slowly come back down. If you are starting out and still can't do a push-up on your toes (don't worry, it's normal when you start exercising) you can start by standing up and resting your hands on the wall. Another way to make this exercise easier is to lean on your knees instead of on the balls of your feet.