How to Successfully Get Rid of Arm Fat
Summer is fast approaching, and every lady would love to look great in short sleeves. But jiggly arms can cause ladies to not want to wear short sleeves.
There are many causes of jiggly arms from not exercising to pregnancy, but no matter what the reasoning is, no lady wants flabby, jiggly arms. Below are some ideas on how to get rid of jiggly arms.
Making some diet changes can help an individual get rid of jiggly arms. Salmon is great for the skin and will keep it hydrated. Lemons, oranges and other citrus fruits, as well as blackberries and strawberries, contain lots of vitamin C. Vitamin C will aid in collagen production. Other foods to include in a healthy diet include peas, hazelnuts, veal, lentil, garbanzo beans, and almonds.
A remedy to help with jiggly arms is to mix equal amounts of apple juice and cantaloupe juice. Dicing up the cantaloupe and juicing it is the easiest way to get the juice. Apply the combined juices on the flabby arms twice per week. Lemon juice can also be added to this. Massage arms well with this mixture.
Another home remedy is to use honey with olive oil. Use one tablespoon of each and mix with one egg yolk, then apply the paste to the arms for 15 minutes, then rinse with cool water.
Exercising can also help to promote arms that are not jiggly. Consider trying any of the following exercises:
• The pushup- Lay on your stomach on the floor. Come up on all fours, supporting your body weight with the palms on the ground . Slowly lower the body down as the arms bend, keeping the spine straight. Slowly come back up and repeat.
• Holding dumbbells in each hand, stand with one foot ahead of the other. Keep the torso bent slightly. Place one hand on a bench for support, then extend the other arm towards the ground. Repeat on the other side.
• With a dumbbell in each hand, and the legs slightly apart, bend the elbows to the head to make a 90 degree angle. Keeping the spine straight, lower the arms back down to starting position. This exercise can be done standing or on the knees.