How to Get Rid of Armpit and Axillary Breast Fat
Whether you’re happy with your weight or not, most of us have something we wish we could change about our bodies. Some of us want to work on our six-packs while others want to lose a few inches off their tummies.
There’s nothing more attractive than confidence so if losing weight in certain parts of your body can keep you feeling comfortable and confident, then it’s worth it. And many people feel that they have armpit fat and axillary breast fat. If you’re one of those people, stay calm and continue reading below to learn how to get rid of those unwanted fats.
The arm circle is a non-weighted exercise that targets the shoulders. It is common in warm-ups for both training and athletics, and is often performed simply until you feel a burn in your arms, rather than for a set number of reps.
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and extend your arms parallel to the floor. Circle your arms forward using small controlled motions, slowly making the circles bigger until you feel a stretch in your triceps. Start with 30 laps each day and then gradually increasing the number of laps.
Bicep curls are an upper body strength move that strengthen and sculpt your arms and make your biceps look and feel stronger. This exercise requires the use of small props in the form of dumbbells at home. No dumbbells? No problem! You can always use a bottle of water in each hand.
Stand up straight with a dumbbell in each hand at arm’s length. Keep your elbows close to your torso, lift the dumbbells (or water bottles) and rotate until the dumbbells are facing forward. This will be your starting position. Remember that your shoulders should not be disturbed when you lift. Keep your upper arms straight. Exhale and curl the weights while contracting your biceps. Do this for two sets at 15 reps each at a time.
The humble push-up is one of the most versatile and effective exercise out there. Putting in some extra effort on this classic move will deliver some serious strength results. When you do a push-up, not only can you effectively say goodbye to flabby arms but you can also sculpt the shape of your desired arms and tone them to make them look more compact!
If you are new to push-ups, start by setting a small goal of 5-10 a day, gradually increasing them as you go along until you are comfortable with the number of reps you can do.
When it’s time to work your shoulders, find a pair of dumbbells and break out the front raise. No dumbbells? Simply use a bottle of water for each hand and lift your arm. This exercise may look simple but it will leave your arm feeling sore and tired.
If this is your first time, raise one arm at one time. Make sure that your arm is straight every time you raise it to the same height as your shoulders. If you are no stranger to weight lifting exercises, you can raise both arms at the same time. Remember to lift the right amount of weight that you can afford to. Raise 15 times each time as in one set.
Hang on, don’t rush to put away your dumbbells (or water bottles) yet! You still need them for the last exercise. Triceps extension is one of the best arm moves to really sculpt and tone your triceps. Stand with your feet hip-width apart, holding one dumbbell (or water bottle) in your hands.
Bring the weight overhead, extending your arms straight so that the dumbbell (or water bottle) is above your head. Keep everything from your shoulders to your elbows still, slowly bend your elbows while lowering the weight behind your head until your arms are just lower than 90 degrees. Remember that your elbows should point forward, not out to the side. Pause, and raise back to straight. That counts as one rep.
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