10-Minute Toned Arms Workout

Get rid of unwanted excess on your arms!

toned arms

Toned arms in 10 minutes? It sounds too good to be true! The arms set the tone for the rest of the body, allowing us to lift, pull, and push weights to get stronger and look better. Although you use your arms frequently, you may forget to give them the individual work they need. Let’s change that up so they match the amazing results you see on the rest of your body. Our 10-Minute Toned Arms Workout is a time-saving, focused but challenging workout to get rid of any unwanted excess on your arms.

Your arms have two main muscles: the biceps and triceps. Each exercise isolates one of the two muscle groups, giving the opposite muscle a brief rest. You’ll get no rest in between exercises, so keep your core tight to avoid straining your lower back. Breathe, stay focused, and push through the pain!

10-Minute Toned Arms Workout

What to Do: Perform each exercise for 45 seconds. Complete two rounds, resting for one minute in between the rounds. Perform this workout at least five times a week.

What You’ll Need: One set of light dumbbells, a medium-weight dumbbell (15 to 20 pounds), a chair or bench, and an interval timer (available on most phones).

  1. Pushups
  2. Tricep Kickbacks
  3. Alternating Bicep Curl
  4. Alternating Hammer Curl
  5. Tricep Extensions
  6. Mountain Climbers

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Exercises

Pushups

Tricep Kickbacks

Alternating Bicep Curl

Alternating Hammer Curl

Tricep Extensions

Mountain Climbers

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Clifford Genece

Clifford is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and a lover of all things health, fitness, personal development, and community. When he's not cycling, hiking, or exploring new food recipes, he works to help others achieve personal growth.

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