If you’ve been following along and doing our Workout At Home series, you may be feeling like something is missing! We’ve worked out our legs, butt, back, abs, shoulders, and even done a full bodyweight workout, but we’ve missed our arms! Until now… Today I’ve got a biceps & triceps workout at home that is ready for you to feel the burn!
Arms are just as important in your fitness journey as your legs and your back. Don’t forget about them while they are covered up this fall and winter! To help, I’ve put together a quick and easy workout for your arms to keep them toned and strong no matter the season.
All you will need for this workout is a set of dumbbells and some space to move your arms! I’ve added a quick warm-up to ensure that your muscles are warm to prevent injury. If you decide to add this workout to the end of one of my other Workout At Home routines, then you can choose to skip the warm-up.
There are no excuses when it comes to this workout. You don’t even have to leave your living room. Better than that? You can do these while you watch your favorite TV show! So turn on your TV, grab your dumbbells and start lifting!
Biceps and Triceps Workout At Home
25 Arm Circles
10 Pushups (up to 25 for advanced fitness levels)
3 sets of 15 reps each:
Hammer Curls (alternating arms)
Tricep Extensions with a Squat
Take breaks between sets as needed.
When your muscles start to burn, you might want to give up, but push through the burn! Change can be uncomfortable, but on the other side of that discomfort is the body of your dreams!
We’ve got one more full body workout at home coming in a few days, and then you’ll have a full stack of workouts you can do each day, to get into shape without leaving the house!
We are more than two-thirds of the way through our 30 days of personal challenges, “Baby Steps to a Better You!” I sure hope you are feeling motivated, healthier, and happier!
Can I admit something? I’ve been so busy writing these posts and challenges (and lots of other events and activities) that I haven’t been doing a good job working toward my own goal! In fact, I can’t remember the last night I went to bed at a reasonable hour!
So today’s challenge is to get a good night’s sleep. Decide when you need to get up in the morning, then count backwards 8 full hours, and that’s your bedtime!
I promise to take my own advice, soon!