Batwings, Bye Bye Arms, Flarmies, Tharms (arms that are as big as thighs).......

Flabby arms!!!! Call them whatever you want, but we all HATE them!

Now, here's how to send them packing!!!

• Come into push-up position with feet together and hands spaced wider than shoulder-width apart, fingers pointing out to the sides.
• Bend your right elbow so you tilt to the right.
• Return to center and repeat with the left arm; alternate for 60 seconds, or until fatigued.
• If this move is hard at first, keep your knees on the floor.

• Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and a 1- to 2-pound dumbbell in each hand, arms extended in front of you at shoulder height, palms down.
• Quickly rotate your wrists inward as far as possible, then outward.
• Continue alternating for 60 seconds

• Lie flat on the floor with your head and shoulders underneath a high, sturdy table.
• Grasp the table edge with both hands, palms shoulder-distance apart and facing in.
• Pull yourself up off the floor as high as you can, keeping your abs tight and your neck straight.
• Pause for 1 second, then lower yourself back down.
• Repeat for 60 seconds, or as long as you can.
• If you don't have a table available, lay a broom handle or pole across two chairs placed a few feet apart.

• Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a 1- to 2-pound weight in each hand, fists in front of your face, palms facing each other.
• Without moving your left fist, punch your right fist up as high as possible without locking your elbow.
• Quickly pull right fist back to starting position as you simultaneously punch your left fist upward.
• Continue alternating for 60 seconds; start slowly and gradually increase speed until you're moving as fast as you can.

• Stand holding a 1- to 2-pound weight in each hand.
• Bring fists in front of face, palms facing each other.
• Step left foot 6 inches forward and right foot 6 inches back.
• Punch with left fist, then right. Start slowly, speeding up until you're going as fast as you can.
• Repeat for 60 seconds.
• Switch feet and repeat.

• Sit on ball with knees bent 90 degrees, holding a dumbbell in each hand.
• Walk feet forward until upper back and head rest on ball. Lift hips, forming a straight line.
• Extend arms toward ceiling, then bend elbows to lower dumbbells behind you. Straighten arms.
• Do 15 reps; roll back up.

• Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding two dumbbells in right hand.
• Step back with right leg, bending knees slightly, and hinge forward from hips. Place left hand on left thigh.
• Extend right arm below shoulder. Bend elbow to bring weights to ribs; extend.
• Do 12 rows. Switch sides; repeat.
(apologies, I love The Notebook)
• Holding a dumbbell in each hand, stand on right leg, left leg lifted a few inches behind you.
• With back flat and weights below shoulders, lean forward from hips.
• Lift arms directly out to sides as you raise left leg and lean forward until body is almost parallel to floor.
• Return to start. Do 12 reps; switch legs and repeat.

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Audrey the Bikini Mom

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