Arm Exercises - Stability Ball

Other ways to work your Arms: Bodyweight Free Weight Machine Medicine Ball Resistance Tube Stretching

Exercises with your arms as the primary target:

  • Bicep Curl

    You can concentrate solely on good form and fatiguing your biceps since you are sitting on the ball in this exercise.

  • Forearm Curl

    Forearm strength will help you grip weights better and improve your performance in such sports as baseball or rock climbing. Grab a 1-5 pound dumbbell and do this exercise every week.

  • Tricep Extension

    This targets your triceps but will also give you a moderate back and abdominal workout since you are seated on the ball.

  • Overhead Tricep Extension

    With this exercise, you can concentrate on your form since you are seated on the ball, which supports your body weight while giving you a subtle core workout, and working one arm at a time.

  • Reverse Forearm Curl

    This exercise strengthens your forearms and is most efficient when done at the end of your workout when your forearms are already slightly fatigued.

  • Rotating Bicep Curl

    Work your balance while sitting on the ball and strengthen your biceps simultaneously with this exercise.

  • Tricep Kickback

    By sitting on the stability ball, you also work your balance while strengthening your triceps.

Exercises with your arms as a contributor:

  • Chest Fly

    With this movement you will get a chest stretch while you strengthen the chest and biceps.

  • Chest Press

    You can adjust the weight with this chest exercise more than you can with a push-up but still strengthen the same muscles.

  • Front Deltoid Raise

    This will tone the front of your shoulders while providing lower body support since you are seated on the ball.

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