When choosing a back and arm workout, it’s important to focus on specific muscle groups. For example, a pulldown works the lats and biceps, but it’s also important to hit the acromial delts. Most back exercises hit the posterior delts, as well.
Choosing A Back And Arm Workout
Start by holding a dumbbell in your right hand. Keep your left knee flexed and lean forward while raising your right arm. Press the weight up with your right arm while your left arm is extended. Hold the weight for a second and release it back to the starting position. Repeat the motion for five to ten repetitions.
The triceps are a part of the arm, and are responsible for jiggling when we’re waving. To strengthen the triceps, try the tricep kickback, which strengthens the back of the arms. To perform the tricep kickback, grasp a weight with both hands and hunch your elbows in towards the sides while pulling them up toward the ceiling.
With your back and arm workout, start by holding a dumbbell in each hand. Make sure to keep your spine straight and your back aligned with the dumbbells. Next, bend your elbows slightly, keeping your upper arms alongside your body. During the exercise, squeeze your triceps muscle for a brief moment. Then, hold the weight for ten to twelve repetitions.