1. Arm circle (warm-up)
    Steps to make an arm circle
    Stand straight with your arms at your sides.
    Raise your arms to your sides to shoulder level, palms facing back.
    Without bending or bending your elbows, begin to point your arms forward.
    Do 10 repetitions, then circle your arms 10 times in the opposite direction. Do 3 sets of 10 reps.
  2. Wall push-ups
    Wall push-ups are a great arm toner. They work on shoulders, lats, biceps and triceps.

Steps for wall push-ups
Stand 1-2 feet in front of a wall.
Raise your arms up and place your palms slightly wider than shoulder width apart on the wall. Your fingertips should be pointing up.
Keeping your legs still, bend your elbows and bring your chest and chin close to the wall. This is your starting position.
Take a deep breath, exhale, bend your elbows slightly, and push the wall until your chest and chin are away from the wall.
Exhale and return to the starting position. Do 3 sets of 10 reps.

  1. Push-ups
    This exercise is a bit difficult as you have to balance your body on your palms and toes. Your core strength is challenged.

Steps for push-ups
Lie on the mat facing the floor.
Palms on the floor next to your chest, hands shoulder-width apart, elbows bent toward your feet, fingertips pointing forward.
Place your feet together, curl your toes, keep your chin on the floor and look forward.
Count to 3, 2, 1 and raise yourself up by straightening your elbows. Look down at the mat. Engage your core and keep your head level with your heels. Basically, you’ll be on a hand plank.
Exhale, bend your elbows, and return your chest and chin to the original position. Do 3 sets of 8-10 reps.
You can do knee pushups, wide arms, or diamond pushups to strengthen your arms, chest, and shoulders.

  1. Tricep dip
    These target your triceps or the back muscles of your upper arms. Tightening these muscles will prevent hand weakness.

Steps for Tricep Dips
Sit on a bench or sofa. Bend your knees, bring your feet close to each other, feet flat on the mat, hands behind your back, elbows slightly bent, fingers pointing toward your body.
Balance your body on your hands, lift your hips off the bench or couch, and take two steps forward.
Slowly lower your hips.
As your hips touch the floor, reach up. This completes one iteration.
Bend your elbows and lower your hips. Do 3 sets of 10 reps.

  1. Inchworm
    This is a great exercise to do after a few arm exercises, especially the floor exercise. This will help stretch your entire body.

Steps to make an inchworm
Stand up straight and bring your feet together. Bend over and place your hands near your feet. Keep your legs straight.
Begin by walking forward with your hands. Keep your legs straight.
Stop while in a hand plank or push-up position.
Start by taking small steps forward with your feet. Stop when your feet are close to your hands. Do 3 sets.

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