Upper Arm Strength: 3-in-1 Press
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The 3-in-1 Press is a move that works all of your arm muscles in just one move. Learn how to work your biceps, triceps and shoulders in this video.
Transcript: This next exercise I like to call the 3-in-1 press--it really gives you a one-two punch because it...
This next exercise I like to call the 3-in-1 press--it really gives you a one-two punch because it works every muscle in your upper body at one time. So, if you're short on time this is the exercise to go to. So,you'll start out with your dumbbells at your sides, go right into the bicep curl like we just showed you, drive the dumbbells straight up overhead--pause--then drop them right back behind you. Maintain your elbows right there, pointing straight ahead and reverse that move all the way down. So from the side you can see it's a clear bicep curl, punch it straight overhead, drop the dumbbells down, press them straight back up. Be mindful of your entire lower body, maintaining soft knees,abs engaged and breathing out the entire time as you press up. abs engaged and breathing out the entire time as you press up.More »
Last Modified: 2013-12-03 | Tags »
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If you like planks, you'll love plank climbers. They're slightly more challenging but oh-so-great for your abs. Get the details in this video.
Transcript: This is a modification of a plank and a mountain climber--we've kind of melded the two together. Get...
This is a modification of a plank and a mountain climber--we've kind of melded the two together. Get down into push-up position--solid core, hips in line with your shoulders, abs engaged tight. Drive your left knee out to your elbow, hold it for two seconds and then place it back down. Do the same thing on the right side, hold it and then place it back down. The more aggressive you get with this exercise, you want to hold it just a little bit longer. Aim for three seconds, then four seconds, then five seconds. Do about fifteen on each leg. The most important thing to remember on this exercise is you do as many reps as you can until your form stays perfect. Shoot to have your form at the end of the exercise look just as good as it did in the beginning.More »
Last Modified: 2013-12-03 | Tags »
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You don't have to go to to the gym to get nice biceps. Learn how you can tone your biceps with simpel household items.
Transcript: Who doesn't love the chance to flex? Make sure you're impressing the masses when YOU do, with this easy...
Who doesn't love the chance to flex? Make sure you're impressing the masses when YOU do, with this easy tip. Your biceps, those large muscles in the front of your upper arms, are easy to trim and tone with household food staples. Grab two cans of food-soup's a good starter-to begin. Hold a can in your right hand with your arm slightly bent, palm facing upward. Squeeze your bicep as you lift the can to your shoulder. Slowly lower back down. Work up to two sets of fifteen repetitions for each arm. As this becomes easier, increase resistance with heavier cans. Eventually, you can work up to milk jugs filled with water. This exercise is as effective as a circuit machine-which retails for $150 or more-AND you can sweat it out in privacy. If nothing else, the bicep curl is a great way to utilize the pickled beets that have graced your cupboard for far too long!More »
Last Modified: 2013-08-16 | Tags »
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