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Got flabby arms? 3 moves that will strengthen and tone your triceps

If you want to wave your arm wobble goodbye, try this strength circuit routine using these three moves

Vahdaneh Vahid

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The triceps, also known as “bingo wings,” are a problem area for many women. If you want to wave your arm wobble goodbye, try this strength circuit routine using these three moves, performed three times a week. You will be flaunting your toned arms in a tank top or on the beach in no time.

Overhead extension

- stand with knees soft, arms straight up with elbows next to your ears, holding a dumbbell or kettlebell in your hands
- bend your elbows to a 90-degree angle
- squeeze your triceps to straighten your arms, pushing the dumbbell or kettlebell up
- slowly lower to the start position
- complete eight to 12 repetitions

Side push-ups

- lie on your side with your bottom arm crossed over your core and your top arm pressing firmly into the floor in front of you, hand directly under your shoulder
- push yourself up and off floor, then resist to lower back down
- turn over and perform this move on the other arm
- complete eight to 12 repetitions each side

Tricep swing

- sit on the floor with your arms firmly planted at your sides and legs extended straight in front
- using your arms, lift your butt up to reverse bridge position
- hold with knees over ankles and butt squeezed tight
- guide back to sitting using only your arms if you can
- keep your belly button drawn in to activate your core and protect the back
- complete eight to 12 repetitions

Rest for one minute and complete the entire circuit for another two to three rounds.