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Lean Out Your ARMS | Blast Fat & Build Muscle

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Lean out your arms with our fat loss acceleration program

If you’re looking to lean out and tone your arms, this tank top arms workout will help you meet your goals. But these lean arms exercises are a real challenge. If you want to get lean & toned arms, you have to attack your workouts with two goals in mind. First, for slim toned arms you have to burn excess body fat everywhere in the body using nutrition and cardiovascular exercises. That’s why this arm fat blaster includes exercises that are great for burning overall body fat. Second you need a complete arm workout to get slim toned arms, meaning arms exercises that are challenging and build muscle.

This lean arms workout will take about 20 minutes. The first 3 minutes of this lean toned arms workout is straight burpees with no rest. Then we move into the HIIT portion of this slim toned arms routine. For each of the 6 lean arms exercises you’ll do 50 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest. If you are a beginner you can try to do just 1-2 rounds of this routine to lose arm fat. If you are more advanced try to do the complete 3 rounds of this routine to get rid of flabby arms. If you are looking for a complete program to help you learn how to get slim toned arms and lean out your entire body check out our MAX/Shred program

Here are the exercises that will show you how to lose arm fat:

FIRST: 3 Minutes of Straight Burpees

1) Jump Rope
2) Shoulder Press
3) Mountain Climbers w/Twist
4) Jump Rope
5) Dive Bomber to Chest Press
6) In and Out Squat Jacks

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8 thoughts on “Lean Out Your ARMS | Blast Fat & Build Muscle

  1. Hii….i want to start working out…what do u suggest how should i start ? I am a 26 yr old female weighing 75 kgs

    1. Shachi Shrivastava that’s not bad rather nice one. You need to take baby steps if you are a beginner ,like brisk walk for an hour to take a start and then go for jogging. Then you can opt for proper cardio like running or skipping rope or climb stairs . or any other cardio like zumba.
      And after that you can include weights too. Your target should be weight training. Also focus your diet avoid junk and sugar. Eat healthy and eat regular meals and increase water intake. It gonna take six months for you to hit your goal if you remain consistent.

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