Bodyweight exercises are a great way to strengthen and tone your upper body without any added weights or equipment, and you can do them anywhere! In addition, bodyweight movements will give you a foundation for future strength training and help you save money on memberships and gym equipment.
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Pushups help you tone your upper body and require zero equipment. Begin in the high plank with your hands below your shoulders. Keep them just outside shoulder width, and then bend your elbows until they’re at 45 degrees and return to the starting position.
You can even do pushups from your knees or place your feet on an elevated surface to turn up the challenge on those triceps.
Superwoman!This movement works your back and a bit of your core. Next, start lying face down and extend your arms up overhead. You’re basically like a flat beam at this point. Then, engage your back and lift your arms and legs about 6” from the floor simultaneously. Remember to keep your head in a neutral position to avoid unnecessary strain on your neck. Hold the position for about 5 seconds and return to the resting pose.
Repeat this movement for sets of three sets of eight to ten repetitions.
Y-RaisesNo upper bodywork is complete without sculpting those shoulders. Begin with your feet shoulder-width apart. Keep your midsection braced, soften your knees, and send your hips back until you are in a quarter-squat stance.
Keep your thumbs facing up and maintain your shoulders in a down position. Next, lift your arms overhead into a Y shape on either side of your body. Finally, lower your arms slowly back to the start and repeat this movement for 45 seconds to 1 minute.
Begin in that high plank with your hands shoulder-width apart. Keep your shoulders stacked over your wrists and extend your legs behind you. This plank walk will build your arms, and as a bonus, it improves your core and even engages your glutes.
Step out to your right with your right side, then your left leg and hand, all while still in the plank position. Repeat this movement for three sets of 5-8 repetitions in each direction.Tightening that upper body does not require a ton of time or gym equipment. You can boost those arms using these exercises at home or even at the office. Best of all, they use only the weight of your own body to tighten and strengthen. So keep your Skinny Bunny Tea on hand to drop inches and be ready for spaghetti strap season. You’ve worked hard. Now be proud to show off those arms!