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Bye Bye Jiggly Arms Workout

Bye Bye Jiggly Arms Workout
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Bye Bye Jiggly Arms Workout

Bye Bye Jiggly Arms Workout

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  1. For me, someone who doesn’t workout often. The arm circles were a few too few. I’m thinking up it to 30 or 35. Push ups (on knees), was also pretty easy, to add extra challenge I would say up that to 12 or 15. Dips are killer, I couldn’t do all that you had listed, but I’m a wuss. Childs pose is nice, but in my workout experience that is usually a counter pose to back bending positions, which I don’t get from this workout. Maybe a different arm stretch there, or even jumping jacks for cardio. Those are my thoughts, thanks for getting me moving today!

  2. I’m in decent shape, even though I’m 4 months pregnant… and I agree with Mary, I would probably up the push ups to 12-15. My chest is super sore from my workout the other day so I had to rest in between sets of 10 dips but that’s an awesome move so I wouldn’t decrease it at all. You should rest 1 minute in between rounds anyway so rather it’s that stretch or just an arm stretch probably doesn’t matter to me personally, and the workout itself got my heart rate up which is def a must with any workout for me. But picking up toys off the floor gets my heart rate up at this point so what do I know??! LOL Love these short workouts and Tabata workouts are def my fav because they’re higher intensity than this so burn calories for longer.

    Overall good workout for something fast, or a beginner.

  3. I do a lot of arm circles, so I up the number of those, and the arm dips… and embarrassingly… I had to google what a child’s pose was haha.. I suck at pushups though so I struggle to do 5.. so that is a good push for me.

  4. Ok. I’m dying! Added my 5 pound weights for the circles and had already done my 20 push ups before I saw this, but those dips could have killed me! But, I did it all and feel better for it! Do that, add in ab workout and squat challenge. Keep challenging us. I seem to have more of a competitive bone than I would have thought before! :)

  5. Dear Sadie,
    Thought you may find this helpful too: I have been trying push-ups with hands pointed inwards, apparently it helps to tighten muscles under arms section and we all want to avoid the ‘bat wing’ effect later in life! As a corsetier, I am always keen that we can make the best of ourselves and look fabulous for all times…
    Best wishes,
    Victoria W.
    Corsetier

  6. I found this on Pinterest but when I checked the link (which I do almost all of the time) it connected to a spam site. Since you have your url in the infographic I was able to type it in and track down this image source, and now I have it pinned properly and it will link back to you. Just thought you might like to know.

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