Eight Easy Exercises To Get Rid Of Arm Flab Without Leaving Your Home

Beauty surely comes in all shapes and sizes. There is no “right” or “wrong” way to look, as long as you feel good on the inside.

That told, there is a massive amount of money spent on products and surgeries to help people “improve” the route they look.

I have never been one to pay for these products. While I like to look good, I much prefer taking control of my appearance the old-fashioned route: through exercise.

So when I heard that there were easy workouts I could do right at home to help prevent or get rid of limb flab, I knew I’d be trying them out right away.

Just as there are easy exercise methods for get rid of a double chin, there are things you can do to fight off limb flab from the consolation of your own home.

LittleThings spoke to fitness expert, certified personal trainer, and founder of MJP Fitness, Matt Perfetuo. He gave us eight highly easy workouts you can try that “will tone and shed unwanted weight.” But he also adds, “Eating properly will assist, too. Eat lean, clean, and green foods! ”

Scroll through this exclusive list of personal-trainer-approved workouts to assure just how easy it is to fight limb flab without expensive therapies or surgeries.

Will you be giving these limb exerts a shot? Let us know in the comments.

1. Easy Push-Ups

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Our fitness expert Matt Perfetuo recommends these easy close-grip push-ups to fight arm flab.

Get into a push-up posture, with your knees on the floor and your hands directly under your shoulders. Keeping your elbows close to your sides, contract your abdomen and glutes, and lower your body. Return to the start position. Repeat 10 to 12 hours. Stand with your feettogether and hands at your sides. Jump to a position with your legs spread broad and your hands touching overhead. Return to your original posture with feet together and hands at your sides. Repeat 25 hours. Stand with your legs together, knees soft, and arms straight up with the elbows next to the ears, holding a can of food in your hands. Bend your elbows to a 90 angle. Squeeze your triceps to straighten your arms back up again. Repeat 10 to 12 hours.

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