How Do I Get Toned Arms?

Not everyone has time to visit the gym on a consistent and regular basis so for them doing some work at home can make them feel better about themselves and also ensures they’re not slacking on getting some exercise.

Many women hate their arms because they’re probably on show most often and clothes are generally designed to show them off. If showing them off turns your stomach, then it’s time you did something about it and as we already said, it’s possible to do this even at home! Obviously you will need to address body fat or diet issues if you’re at that stage but for most people some tone is very achievable even using ‘tools’ you find at home!

Beautifully toned arms are always on display on some of our greatest idols like Jessica Biel, Jada Pinkett Smith,  Jennifer Aniston,  and so many of the fitness bloggers we follow. It’s time to get in on the action yourself! So grab your improvised weights i.e. your filled water bottles and learn how to get started!

This infographic from Supplement Mart highlights why women aspire to having toned arms; it shows techniques on achieving them in a realistic and straightforward manner; it outlines some tips when trying to achieve your goals and it also mentions some people to follow on social media that will help you stay motivated. Check it out below.

Key Points:

  • 1You don’t need gym membership or a personal trainer to tone your arms. By starting with three simple exercises, (triceps, push-back shoulder press & arm circle) you can sculpt your arms for free!
  • 2Ensure you calculate your body fat percentage. If your body fat percentage is too high, it will be difficult to see definition development regardless of how much exercise you do on those muscles.
  • 3If you can manage 15+ reps with a weight and you don’t break a sweat, it’s clear that you’re not lifting enough for you to get any meaningful results. Start small and work your way up.

See the original at:


HealthStatus has been operating since 1998 providing the best interactive health tools on the Internet, millions of visitors have used our health risk assessment, body fat and calories burned calculators. The HealthStatus editorial team has continued that commitment to excellence by providing our visitors with easy to understand high quality health content for many years.

User Reviews


Your email address will not be published

10 + two =