It is not a secret that many woman around the world have such a problem as armpit fat. Sometimes you want to wear a beautiful summer dress or a swimsuit, but you can notice hanging “wings” and fat around the bra. In order to solve this problem completely, you should regularly do physical exercises and take responsibility for your diet.
Do 3 sets 15 repetitons each day and you will see the result for 3 weeks.
1) Arm Circle ♦ 30 seconds to 1 minute ♦
With arms straight out to each side, do small, fast arm circles, 30 seconds to 1 minute forward, then 30 seconds to 1 minute backward.
2) Push Up ♦ 3 sets of 20 repetitions ♦
Nothing beats this good old exercise when it comes to getting a good pump. Almost all of us have done this exercise at one point or another. Over the years this exercise has grown so much in popularity that most people know how to perform it correctly.
For the rest: lie down with your chest facing the floor. Place your hands shoulder-width apart and keep your elbows flared out. Lower yourself until your chest is an inch away from touching the ground. Get back to the starting position in an explosive manner.
3) Bicep Curls ♦ 3 sets of 20 repetitions ♦
Begin sitting or standing with feet shoulder-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing up. Keeping your elbows rested into the side of your torso, curl one dumbbell in an upward motion bringing it to your shoulder. Lower the dumbbell to the starting position and repeat with the opposite hand. A set of two curls, one on each side, equals one repetition. This exercise is most effective when elbows are kept pressed into the body which isolates the biceps.
4) Tricep Extention ♦ 3 sets of 20 repetitions ♦
Holding a dumbbell in both hands, straighten it above your head, then bend your elbows down behind your head and neck, holding the weight steady. Press back up to starting position. Make sure that your elbows stay close to your ears and don’t flare out to the sides. This will ensure that you are working your triceps!
5) Front Raises ♦ 3 sets of 20 repetitions ♦
Standing dumbbell front raises work your deltoid, or shoulder, muscles. If you do this basic, single-joint exercise with improper form, you increase your risk of shoulder impingement, which is a painful condition of the shoulder joint. Follow the dos and don’ts of the standing dumbbell front raise to increase the effectiveness of the exercise and reduce your risk of injury.