The loose skin on the upper arms as a cosmetic issue can affect both women and men. It usually sags due to aging or physical inactivity. Therefore, you can tighten it by regularly doing some exercises which target the triceps muscle.
As soon as you form the triceps, the sagging skin will align with the arm muscles and reduce in appearance. The following 4 exercises will tighten the flabby arm skin:
In a push-up position, be on your toes. Your body should be aligned with the head, with your hands under the shoulders. Bend your elbows to lower close to the ground, before bending them backwards at 90 degrees, at the bottom position.
Your body should remain straight, always, and when pressed back, the arms should be fully stretched.
Glide your buttock off the bench front while stretching out the legs in front of the body. Your arms need to be straight. Hold the bench with the hands apart at shoulder width. Afterwards, lower down your body and bend the elbows at 90 degree-angle, while maintaining the back near the bench. When your body touches the floor, straighten the arms and go back to primary position. Remember to keep your shoulders down the entire time.
You need to stand up holding a dumbbell in each hand. Keep your feet shoulder -width apart from each other. You need to lift the dumbbells over your head until both arms extend fully. It is important that your palms are facing up. At this point you should feel the resistance. This is your starting position. Next step is to lower the resistance in a semicircular motion behind your head until your forearms touch your biceps. You need to keep your upper arms close to your head, your elbows in and perpendicular to the floor. While you are doing this exercise, remember to move only the forearms and keep the upper arm static. Inhale at this point.
Next you should use your triceps to raise the dumbbell and go back to starting position and exhale.
Triceps dumbbell kickback
Holding a dumbbell in each hand, keep your back straight, with your palms facing the body. Slightly bend your knees before bending the torso forward at the waist.
With your head up, keep your torso parallel to the floor. Your forearms should point to the ground at a 90-degree angle with your upper arm. This is the starting position.
Make sure your upper arms remain still as you lift the weights with your triceps until the arms are completely stretched. You need to focus on the forearms.
Pause for some seconds before breathing in, and slowly lower the dumbbells and revert to the original position.