Get Strong, Defined Arms With This 100-Rep Arm Workout

en moves. 10 reps each. Sounds sufficiently straightforward, yet man, your arms will be toast subsequent to finishing 100 reps without a rest. Change this exercise to fit your capacity level by utilizing two-to 10-pound dumbbells. Utilize a similar size dumbbell for every one of the 10 works out (I utilized eight-pounders), or switch amongst lighter and heavier weights relying upon the move. On the off chance that this is still too hard, do five reps for each move rather than 10. 

Jackass Kicks 

- From a standing position, twist at the hips and place your palms level on the floor in a short Down Dog position. Ensure your fingers are spread wide and you're squeezing immovably into the fingertips. Look at a spot on the floor somewhat before you. 

- Delicately shake your weight forward as you push off the wads of the feet, attempting to get space between your feet and the floor. Take little bounces at first to get settled with having all your bodyweight in your grasp. 

- Take greater bounces as you're prepared. Consider getting the hips over the shoulders, and, if conceivable, convey the soles of the feet to applaud together. Utilize the center to gradually and delicately bring down the feet back to the floor. 

- Take 10 bounces. 

Upright Row 

- Remain with your feet hip-remove separated, and put a dumbbell in each hand. Your shut palms ought to be confronting your body. The shoulders ought to be over your pelvis, with knees somewhat twisted. 

- Keeping the dumbbells near your body, raise them to your shoulders, twisting your elbows out to the sides. 

- Gradually lower them to the beginning position. This considers one rep. 

- Perform 10 reps. 

Overhead Triceps Extensions 

- Remain with your feet hip-separate separated. 

- Hold one dumbbell (go for your heavier weight) with both hands, twisting the elbows behind your head. 

- Fix your arms to lift the dumbbell into the air, at that point gradually twist the arms to lower. This considers one rep. 

- Finish 10 reps. 

Wide Bicep Curl 

- Remain with your feet marginally more extensive than hips-width-remove separated. 

- Holding a dumbbell in each hand, hold the arms out wide with a slight twist in the elbows, palms confronting up. 

- Twist at the elbows, pulling the weights toward your ears. 

- Broaden the arms out wide again to finish one rep. 

- Do 10 reps. 

Overhead Shoulder Press 

- Hold a dumbbell in each hand simply over the shoulders, palms     confronting in. 

- Rectify the arms above you. 

- Curve the elbows returning to the beginning position to finish one rep. 

- Do 10 reps add up to. 

Twisted around Reverse Fly 

- Holding a dumbbell in each hand, remain with the knees somewhat bowed. Holding your back level, twist forward at the hip joint. 

- Breathe out and lift both arms to the side, keeping up a slight twist in the elbows and crushing your shoulder bones together. At that point, with control, bring down the dumbbells back toward the ground. This finishes one rep. 

- Perform 10 reps. 

Triceps Kickback 

- Holding a dumbbell in each hand, pivot forward from your hips, twisting the knees marginally. Twist your elbows behind you. 

- Fix your arms behind you with your palms confronting in. Your arms ought to be parallel to the floor. Crush your triceps, and after that arrival to the beginning position. 

- This considers one rep. 

- Finish 10 reps. 

Bicep Curl 

- Begin by holding a dumbbell in each hand along the edges of the body. 

- Keeping your elbows near your side, gradually raise the dumbbells to the trunk. 

- Moving with control, bring down back to the beginning position. 

- This considers one rep. 

- Finish 10 reps. 

Single-Leg Scarecrow 

- Remain to your left side leg, and lift your correct knee up until the point when it is level with your hip. Holding a dumbbell in each hand, raise your arms out to the side until the point when your upper arms are parallel to the ground. Curve your elbows to 90 degrees. 

- Keeping up a solid feeling of adjust, turn your upper arms forward to convey your clench hands to the floor, at that point pivot the upper arm in reverse to bring the clench hands up. Try not to lower or raise your upper arms; keep them parallel to the floor. This finishes one rep. 

- Do five reps, at that point switch legs by lifting the left leg up, and remain on the correct foot for another five reps to finish the set. 

Lying Chest Fly 

- This move looks unwinding, yet it'll give your trunk a little lift. 

- Lie on your back with your hips and knees both at 90-degree edges. Utilizing your low abs, press your lower over into the tangle. Raise your arms toward the roof, palms confronting each other, keeping the elbow joint marginally twisted. 

- Keeping your middle steady, open your arms out to the sides until the point when your elbows are around two crawls from the floor. 

- Raise your arms back to the roof, uniting the weights over your trunk. This considers one rep. 

- Perform 10 reps. 


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