Arm Workouts

  • Arm Workout Using Bodyweight


    You do not need any equipment to do this workout. You can do it no matter what level you are starting at. Do just one repetition, then do more if you can. Continue until you feel temporary fatigue, then repeat. You can use a wall to do the push-ups if...

  • My Softball Workout

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    The workout I do to get in shape for softball. I combine the squats with the rotating shoulder press and the lunges with the lateral deltoid raise (I am planning to add a torso twist to that one as well) to save time. Any feedback is welcome.

  • Perfect Pecs Workout

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    This workout uses motion as well as isometrics in order to strengthen your chest and core. Pair with tricep extensions if your chest wears out and you still have power left in your arms. Start with 2 sets if you are new to this workout, then work your way...

  • Leg and Back Workout for Rowers

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    This workout strengthens your legs, arms, and back to give you power during your rowing sessions. Use the rowing machine for five minutes to warm-up. Then start with the strength training exercises (2-3 sets each), and finish with a set of rowing for...

  • Exercise Tube Arm Workout

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    This is a quick, intense workout that you can do every day to strengthen your arms and keep them toned. You need one exercise tube and 8 minutes. Do 2 sets of each exercise to fatigue (feel a good burn at the end of each set, whether that is 10 reps for...

  • Seated Upper Body Strength Training

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    Strength training for the upper body while seated (for those with limited lower body mobility or balance issues that prevent standing at length).

  • Upper Body Free Weights

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    If you do not have free weights, you can use an exercise tube instead. Use weight that is challenging to you by the last 3 reps.

    Tip: Whenever you take a break to get water, do a one-leg stand and try to maintain your balance while you close your eyes....

  • Upper Body Resistance Tube Workout

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    Start with a walk to warm up, then use an exercise tube for the strengthening exercises. Use a heavier resistance tube for the chest and back exercises if possible. Do one set of each exercise; if you are able, do a second set of each exercise.


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