Whatever sport you may be doing, your arms are a critical component of it and the stronger they are, the better you get. Getting them strong however is not an easy job. This is where the Arms of Steel workout comes in. Not only does it tackle your arms from practically every angle but it also gives you no rest time, forcing your muscles to recover on the fly. Afterwards not only will you have arms of steel, you will also have the kind of arms that can power, manned, winged flight, almost.
Instructions: Repeat each move with no rest in between until the set is done, rest up to 2 minutes and repeat the whole set again 3, 5 or 7 times depending on your fitness level.
What it works: Triceps, deltoids, upper back, chest, obliques, biceps, lower back, core, abs, cardiovascular system, aerobic performance (VO2 Max).
Make it better: Throw punches on the balls of your feet so that you can put your body weight behind them.
Make it harder: Work fast but hard, pulling your punches back as fast as you send them out, working both the agonist and antagonist muscles.
Body types this can work for: Absolutely every body type comes equipped with a pair of arms and this workout works out, them.
Perfect for: Anyone looking for arms that can really perform when called upon.
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