(2) Tone your arms with bicep curls.
“You can target arm muscles with little or no equipment in a small space. Bicep curls, tricep extensions, and lateral raises are easy exercises which one can do anywhere,” Milstein says. “Whether you use dumbbells or a resistance band, bicep curls are a great way to tone your arms.”
Bernard suggests doing what she calls “resistance band bicep curls” for maximum impact. “Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart with a resistance band handle in each hand and the bend under both feet. With your palms facing away from your body, curl each bicep up toward your shoulder, squeezing your biceps at the top before slowly lowering your arms back to starting position,” she says.
Don’t have a resistance band? Simply raising and lowering a weight in a 180-degree range of motion, starting with your arm extended along your side, and bringing it up toward your shoulder, can yield serious definition in a hurry. “Holding a dumbbell in each hand at your sides, with palms facing your hips, raise arms straight out to shoulder height and squeeze your deltoids at the top before slowly lowering your palms back toward your hips,” Bernard says.
And if you don’t have a set of light dumbbells at home, you can also use household products, like gallon jugs of water or soup cans, to get the same result.
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