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Wingless Arms

Upright Row Start
Bicep curl start. No swinging. Keep back straight.
Pause a the top and then lower slowly for the count of four.
French Press. Keep fingers extended.
Extend, pause and lower slowly.

Having wingless arms is a simple process…if you know what you are doing.

As a kid, I’ll never forget being yelled at by an old woman for running around her flower garden. (It was the other guy, really.) While she yelled and pointed at a bunch of us kids, I watched in fascination and horror her sagging tricep that flapped about as she shook her finger at us.

Later on, I learned that some people developed these wings over the course of time. Never saw much use for sagging triceps, let alone flapping arm wings. At least if you want to stay active.

It only takes a few minutes a week to trim the arms on guys or gals. Just be consistent and train right.

Here is a simple solution which can be done with light weights or rubber cables.

One set upright row 15 to 20 reps

One set arm curls 15 to 20 reps

One set of tricep extensions or French Press 15 to 20 reps

Most important is to warm up first, use weights or cables that you can safely perform between 15 and 20 repetitions AND a minimum of 15 seconds between exercises. And that is it. Done. Add it to your workout or exercise routine. Although you will tend to get best results training your arms separately from heavy training days.

Before you know it, any wings will be replaced with beautiful horseshoe-shaped triceps.

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