How can I reduce upper arm size?

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To reduce the size of upper arms, train the upper arms with both isolation and compound exercises using either body weight exercises or traditional training exercises. Eliminate upper arm flab by hitting the punching bag as it helps burn fat and tone muscles in that area. To get the best results, it is important to tighten daily diets and achieve overall weight loss.

The upper arms are made of biceps, triceps and shoulder muscles. Strengthening these muscles enables you to lift objects with ease, increase endurance in the arms and protect the shoulders from injury. Exercises that work these muscles also help reduce flab. Some of the most effective exercises include bicep curls, triceps dips, ball tosses and arm circles.

According to Lean Curves, only use small amounts of weight when aiming to decrease arm size. Using heavy weights increases muscle mass. Instead,emphasize high reps per set, and include some cardio workouts to boost the heart rate and metabolism and help burn fat. Zumba is a common dance workout that aids weight loss and improves muscle tone. Surgical procedures such as liposuction can also be used to trim flab in extreme cases, but it is very expensive and carries considerable risk.

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1. Grab your light weight dumbbells firmly. If you are using hand weights, adjust the Velcro to fit tightly on the hands. 2. Walk at a medium pace of 4 mph or jog at a medium pace
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The only real way to reduce your breast size would be with breast reduction surgery. There are however, minimizing bras available to appear smaller than you are and losing weight
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Strength training-pushups would be great.
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Yea, how about dieting and exercise, thats the only way.
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