The loose skin on the upper arms as an aesthetic issue can affect both men and women.
Usually, brownouts due to aging or physical inactivity. Therefore, you can press with regularity doing some exercises that target the triceps muscle.
As soon as the triceps are formed, sagging skin will align with the arm muscles and reduce appearance. The following 5 exercises tighten the loose skin of the arm:
Start in a pushup position, on the toes, align the body with the head, hands under shoulders. Then bend your elbows to lower to the ground, and then fold back to 90 degrees in the lower position.
Keep your body straight, all the time, and when your back is pressed, the arms should be fully extended.
Glide the butt of the front bench while stretching out the legs on the front of your body. The arms should be straight and keep the bench with hands separated shoulder width.
Then lower your body and bend your elbows in order to make a 90 degree angle, while keeping the back near the bench. When your body touches the ground, you should straighten arms again and return to the starting position. This is a repetition.
Note that you must keep your shoulders down all the time. If you find this exercise a little difficult at first, you can bend the legs.
Bent Over Barbell Row
Bend your knees slightly, palms facing down and hold a dumbbell. Bend at the waist in order to tilt the body forward, but keep your back straight.
With head held high, the back must be parallel to the ground. The arms should be perpendicular to the ground and the body, and the bar must hang in front of you.
Then keep the static body, exhale and lift the bar, and hold the weight only with forearms. Squeeze your back muscles in the first retracted position and hold for several seconds.
Inhale and gradually lower the bar to return to the starting position.
In a standing position, feet shoulder-width apart, get a dumbbell in one hand. Then lift the barbell above his head in order to fully extend both hands, and your palms should be facing up.
Then, the lower the resistance in a semicircular motion behind the head until it touches the biceps forearms. The arms should stay close to the head and elbows and perpendicular to the ground.
The upper arm must be static during exercise, and moving only the forearms. Inhale. Then, lift the dumbbell triceps and back to the starting position. Exhale.
dumbbell triceps kickback
should hold a dumbbell in each hand. Your back should be straight and your palms should be facing the body. Bend your knees slightly and bend your torso forward at the waist.
With head high, the torso should be parallel to the ground. Forearms should point toward the ground at an angle of 90 degrees with the upper arm. This is the initial position.
should keep quiet arms, and lifting weights with the triceps until the arms are fully extended. The focus should be on the forearms.
Pause for a few seconds and then breathe, and gradually reduce weight and return to the starting position.