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“These are exercises to get rid of wings: “1. Pulley triceps extension Pulley triceps extensions Stand facing an overhead pulley with a rope attachment attached. Place your hands on the end of the rope, palms facing each other. Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent, and core engaged. Start with your elbows beside your hips, bent at 90 degrees, and extend your arms down toward the floor until they are straight. Squeeze into the back of the arms at the end of the movement. Repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. 2. Triceps pushups Triceps pushups Start in a plank position on your feet or knees. Place your hands directly under your chest. Turn your hands inward so your fingers form a triangle. Slowly lower yourself to the floor, making sure to keep your body in a straight line with your core engaged. Push back up into a plank position, squeezing through the back of your arms and midback, pulling your shoulders away from your ears. Repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. 3. Lat pulldown lat pull down Sit facing the weight stack of an overhead lat pulldown machine with a wide bar attached.
Reach overhead and grab the bar with a wide grip, palms facing away from your body. Lean back 30-45 degrees and pull the bar down toward your chest. Engage your latissimus dorsi, the large muscles down the sides of your back. Feel as if you are tucking your elbows into your back pockets. Relax your shoulders and neck. Repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. 4. Pilates overhead press pilates overhead press Sit upright on the floor with your legs in a loose diamond position. Lean slightly forward at the hips, untucking your tailbone from the floor. Hold a body bar or dumbbell in each hand. Hold at chest level with a wide grip. Pull your shoulder blades down your back, engaging the latissimus dorsi and core muscles. Push the weight upward away from your body. Aim to keep the bar moving diagonally as opposed to straight overhead. Try not to shrug into your shoulder and keep the rest of your body in a straight line. Repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. 5. Lying triceps extensions Lying triceps extensions Lie on a bench, holding a straight bar with your hands shoulder-width apart. Extend your arms at 90 degrees away from your body, with your palms and elbows facing your legs. Keeping the upper arm stationary, slowly bend your elbows, and lower the bar down toward your forehead. Return to starting position. Repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. 6. Reverse fly Reverse fly
Lie on an incline bench with the bench slightly declined and your chest on the bench. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and let them hang toward the floor. Raise your arms out to the side in the shape of a “T”. Keep your shoulders down and core engaged, squeeze through the back of the shoulders and upper back. Repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. 7. Deltoid raise Deltoid raise Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent. Learn forward 20 degrees at the waist and engage your core to prepare for the movement. Hold dumbbells down beside your body, palms facing your thighs. Raise your arms out to the side into a “T” position until they reach shoulder level. Return to starting position and repeat 10-15 times. Perform 3 sets. Modifications If you don’t have a pulley machine or dumbbells available, you can replicate many of the movements above with a resistance band. By anchoring the band on a pullup bar or under your foot, resistance bands can be great tools to provide the added resistance you need to see results.
Next steps Strength training has many benefits, including the ability to:
increase lean body mass increase metabolic rate increase bone density decrease the risk of injury by strengthening muscles Muscle growth can help improve body composition and reduce body fat percentage.
Start with the above exercises to sculpt a toned upper body and eliminate bat wings for good.”
“Banish those flabby upper arms for good with this 10-minute bingo wings workout. These arm-strengthening exercises from physiotherapist Nick Sinfield tone your triceps, the muscle above your elbow. Before you begin, get limber with a 6-minute warm-up routine. Afterwards, cool down with a 5-minute stretch. Press-ups Target: arms, shoulders and chest
Place your hands underneath your shoulders with your arms fully extended, palms flat and fingers facing forward. Legs are straight and knees are off the floor. Your body should form a rigid plank from head to toe. Lower yourself by bending your elbows out to the sides until your chest is about two inches above the floor. Push back up and repeat 10 to 15 times. Tips: Don’t let your hips sink as you lower yourself. Avoid arching your upper back when pushing back up. For an easier version, perform the press-up with your knees on the floor. Close-grip wall push ups Target: triceps
Stand at arm’s length (or further for more difficulty) from a wall. Place your hands on the wall at chest height and shoulder-width apart or closer. A closer grip will work your triceps harder. With elbows tucked in, bend your arms to lower your body towards the wall. Let your heels come off the floor as you lean in to the wall to keep your body straight. Push back up and repeat 10 to 15 times.
Tips: Your body should form a rigid plank from head to toe. For more of a challenge, perform the exercise with your hands on a stable chair or on the floor. Bench dips Target: triceps
Sit on a stable chair with your hands gripping the edges either side of you. Inch your feet forwards to lift your bottom off the chair. Keep your knees hip-width apart and bent at 90 degrees. Lower yourself by bending your arms to about 90 degrees, keeping your elbows tucked in. Push back up and repeat 10 to 15 times. Tips: Don’t thrust your hips up as you push back up. To make it easier, perform the exercise on the floor. For more of a challenge, perform a bench dip with straight legs. Tricep kickbacks Target: triceps
Kneel down on your right knee and lean forwards. Raise your left elbow behind you, keeping the arm bent at about 90 degrees. Straighten your left elbow to raise your arm behind you as far as feels comfortable. Bend your elbow to return to the starting position and repeat 10 to 15 times. Then, switch knees and perform the exercise with the right arm. Tips: The elbow performing the kickback should stay raised during the exercise. For more of a challenge, perform the kickback holding a weight (such as a dumbbell or a bottle of water).”
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