Eliminate Back Fat and Underarm Flab with 4 Quick Exercises!

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We are sure that there are many of you that have been in a situation where you have found the perfect piece of clothing that looks just great on you but with one ‘small’ problem, there is fat on the underarm and the back. Back bulge around the bra area is not very fun to deal with. With a little extra effort you could feel more confident in your own body.

We selected four exercises for your shoulders and upper back that are going to bring back your self-esteem and will make you feel sexy again, in just 3 weeks.

Here are the exercises:

1. Push and Touch targets your shoulders, chest, and upper back.

– Stand with your feet shoulder width apart, the arms down by your sides with the palms facing forward.
– Raise the arms up to a shoulder height, with the palms pointing to the celling. Now stop and feel the burn.
– Slowly raise the arms over your head, with the palms facing behind you.
– Slowly return your arms to a shoulder level, then make a pause, and lower to starting position. Don’t move any other part of your body for maximum gain.
– Do 3 sets of 6-8 reps

2. Bent-over circular row targets the chest, biceps, mid-back, and the upper back.

– Slightly bend the knees, keeping your abs engaged for support.
– Bend forward so your entire upper body is parallel to the floor. Keep your hands extended toward the floor.
– Slowly circle your arms to the left, up and toward the chest, over to the right, and then down. Repeat the circle to the right.
– Do 3 sets of about 10-12 reps.

3. Crisscross reverse fly targets the upper back and shoulders.

– Start with your knees slightly bent. Lean your torso forward for about 45-degrees.– Cross your arms at the wrists in front of the knees. Then, slowly lift your arms to shoulder height and then back down to starting position. Repeat with opposite hands crossed.

– Do 3 sets of around 10-12 reps.

4. Elbow Kiss targets the shoulders and chest.

– Raise your arms at your sides to shoulder height, with the palms faced up.
– Bend elbows to a 90 degree angle and pull your arms together in front of your chest until the elbows “kiss” and your forearms touch. You shouldn’t raise your shoulders in the process.
– Slowly return to starting position by reversing these steps.
– Do 3 sets of about 10-12 reps.

For best results, do these exercises for about 12 minutes 3 times a week in a period of 3 weeks.

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