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Have you been trying all the tricks possible to hide that arm fat? You've been too lazy to start exercising, haven't you? What if there is a shortcut to reduce fat and tone your arms?
You can be sitting on your bed or on a comfortable chair and get on with these arm workouts. If you don't have any dumbbells around, pick up water bottles or even soup cans for these exercises. The exercises include easy shoulder swings, horizontal shoulder circles, tricep dips, overhead tricep extensions, and horizontal bicep curls.
You will find your muscles stretched and toned, burning all the extra flab. As you stretch and bend your arms, your core and abdominal muscles also come into play. You can also work on your stomach flab and love handles with these super easy exercises.
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