Upper Body Work Outs For Women

Exercises to train the upper body

Upper Body Work Outs For Women
The Upper Body Works Out For Women

Resistance training is an excellent component of any fitness routine. Mainly it's essential for upper body workout. People will tell woman myths about how strength training can provide massive manly looking bodies; besides what they tell you, resistance training is an excellent choice for upper body toning, and it doesn't give you bulging and huge muscles. Hence, working out every day with your arms, back, and chest will help the body to stay in the correct posture, keep the body strong and define the muscle. And the best part is that resistance training is as easy as doing it in the comfort of your home. 


Get Started With Your Upper Body Training 

Performing strength training in the comfort of your home with essential equipment is a deep-seated option. These exercises are the most basic you can do anywhere and anytime. Warming up is the first thing you should do before taking a turn in your resistance training. It will also help to increase blood circulation and avoid any risk of cramps. 

Get Started With Your Upper Body Training 

Bicep Curl 

Bicep curl uses the front of the lower arm and upper arm muscle; you can use a water bottle or dumbbells for this exercise. It helps to get toned arms and more muscular biceps. If you want to moderate the practice rather than curling the arms with dumbbells in hand, you can use weight to lift with each arm respectively. 

Bicep Curl

Skull Crushers 

The back of the arms is trouble areas for a woman as they age. To avoid sagging of your lower back and back of the arms, skull crushers are a potential exercise. It's a toning exercise for the tricep targeting the whole muscle. It'll tighten and tone the back and arms. 

Skull Crushers

Arnold Press 

Arnold press helps to build and strengthen the posture; it tightens the shoulder muscle and defines them too. Using weight with this exercise engages the core too.

Arnold Press

 

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