Exercises for sexy shoulders and arms
Autumn arrives this week, and with the arrival of this season, the long dress parties are officially inaugurated. For these occasions in which we want to be perfect and very elegant, it is essential to take care of the appearance of the parts that are most exposed with this genre of dresses such as arms, shoulders and the top of the neckline. Feelforfit presents a series of exercises that you will be able to work on every day for fifteen minutes. It is best to reiterate this circuit with a one minute rest between each series.
1. Frontal Lift
Take a light dumbbell in each and every hand and raise them in unison. The goal is to make a diagonal movement in which you end up with your fists in front of you and your arms in a “v” shape. To avoid mistakes, pay particular attention to always and in all circumstances hold your back straight and your arms well stretched. In the final situation you should be able to hold your shoulders parallel to the ground. It’s a good thing that every time you adopt the “v” position with your arms holding one or two seconds. Reiterations can change between twelve or fifteen.
2. Shoulder Press
Start the exercise by holding the 2 dumbbells just above your shoulders. Keep your arms outstretched, not folded and with the palms of your hands looking at each other. It’s good to have knees not tense and subtly bent. Then, push the dumbbells over your head by making force with your shoulders. Once up, support two seconds and repeat the operation six or eight times.
3. Triceps Donkey Kick
Subtly bend your knees and also bend your body face forward. Again, in this exercise you need to hold the dumbbells in your hands. Start with the right elbow bent at a right angle and put it as far back as you can (the key is to hold the triceps parallel to the ground). Stretch your arm all the way back and keep it straight. Supports in that situation for a few seconds and restarts. Twelve to fifteen repetitions with each arm are ideal.
4. Combo Flexion
Stand as stretched as possible. Now, with your knees tenuously bent, put your hands on the floor holding your arms outstretched. Walk with your hands until you are in a position to do a flexion and do a flexion. Holding the situation, walk with your feet as far forward as you can. That’s a reiteration. Continue to do so until you reach six reiterations.
5. Location of the aircraft
Lie on your stomach and extend your hands to shoulder level with the palms of your hands facing the ground. With the situation straight, stand up slightly and raise your arms and feet as high as you can. In that situation, move your arms in front of your head. Hold on a second and turn your face back. It is essential that throughout the exercise you try to hold your limbs straight. Ten to fifteen repetitions are ideal.
6. Rowing with dumbbell
The initial situation of this exercise is very similar to that of the number three. Keep one of the two knees at a right angle. The other put it as far back as possible and rest your torso on the bent knee. Take the dumbbell with your right hand and put your arm straight (like dead weight). Then lift the dumbbell to hold the elbow behind your body. Make twelve to fifteen repetitions.
7. T-shaped flexion
Put yourself in a flexion situation with your arms absolutely stretched out. To do this flexing it is essential to have your hands at exactly the same height as your shoulders (also when you do a normal flex, if not, you can easily injure yourself). Do the push-up and when you return to the natural situation, push your body face up. Do this by rotating your right side (if you start from the right) and raising your right hand to face the ceiling. Hold on a second and go back to the initial situation. Then, repeat the whole process plus lifting the other one part of your body. Do 5 reiterations.