How to Train Your Arms from Home

How to Train Your Arms from Home

Going to the gym isn’t always fun. If you’re not yet super fit it can intimidating being around everyone else who look like veteran bodybuilders. And sometimes, the issue is you get home from work late and would much rather not have to go out of your way to workout. The good news is, you really don’t have to. There are simple exercises that can be done from home to meet all your fitness goals. In this article, we’ll show you how to train your arms from home.

If you have the resources, you could make some minor amendments to your home, to install a pull up bar and other equipment. You could also purchase a pair of dumbbells. Alternatively, simply use these three methods to build your arms effectively:


– 3 sets of 30 reps each

Bench dips are a great exercise that have existed for centuries. Everyone from elite soldiers and top level athletes use them to build strength and endurance. If you are looking to develop impressive tricepspectorals and deltoids, bench-dips are ideal. The best thing about them is that you can simply roll out of bed and drop a few.

To perform them, find a bench or other firm surface that is no higher than waist-level. With your back to the surface, place both palms on it, and lower your butt, keeping your legs fully extended before you. At the top of the motion your arms should be fully extended, and when you descend, they should form a slightly wider than 90 degree angle at your elbows.


– 3 Sets of 30 Reps on Either Arm

Tricep extensions using a rubber band are another highly effective arm exercise. As the name implies, they  target the triceps, and if you have an exercise band you can do this one at home, at work or at school. Simply hold one end of the band behind your lower back, with the other end extended over the opposite shoulder. Extend the opposing arm above your shoulder and contract repeatedly.


– 23 minutes

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Exercise on its own won’t lead to spectacular gains. Be sure to complement your arm exercises with a diet that is high in protein and other nutrients. To learn more about how using the Sixpad EMS arm belt works, get in touch with us. You may also check out our other amazing EMS products.



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