Top 3 Fitness Challenges ~ Arms, Abs, and Butt

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When you envision a fitter version of yourself, do you imagine having sleek, strong arms, a firm, sculpted booty, and a nice set of washboard abs? We thought so. Sculpting your arms, abs, and butt will have you feeling more confident both at the gym and the club! People tend to concentrate on these 3 critical areas when they want to get in better shape, and we don’t blame them. Nothing beats feeling great and having arms and abs that’ll make heads turn, along with a fit, flaunt-worthy behind.

The Results You Want

Lucky for you, SkinnyMs. is here to grant your wishes and help you achieve the figure of your dreams. Below we’ve compiled some of the most effective SkinnyMs. fitness challenges for your arms, butt, and abs that are guaranteed to yield real results. Set a goal to accomplish one of these challenges, and we promise you’ll notice (and love!) your new trimmed and toned body. If you’re ready to create the figure you’ve always wanted, we’ve got you covered from arms to abs, and beyond!

1. Summer Arm Challenge: Tackle this 7 Day Challenge, and you’ll be dying to show off your arms in no time!

2. 7 Day Ab Challenge: An awesome, week-long challenge that’ll help you achieve abs of steel.

3. Summer Butt Challenge: Tighten, lift and reshape your glutes with our 7 Day Challenge for your booty!

Which challenge are you going to try first? Let us know in the comment section!

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8 Comments on "Top 3 Fitness Challenges ~ Arms, Abs, and Butt"

  1. Poohbear  February 20, 2013

    I'm SO gonna try this!

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  2. Marisa  March 8, 2013

    If i drink one soda a day or every other day & anything else i drink is water or Gatorade or something of that sort, will that hurt my progress? I have to have some sort of caffeine so i won't get a headache. Thanks-

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    • Skinny Ms.  March 8, 2013

      Marisa, I recommend you gradually end your soda intake. Read this post and see how to give up soda without getting a headache. https://skinnyms.com/no-soda-challenge/

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    • SkinnyMs  March 6, 2014

      Iced green or black teas can give your body the caffeine it's used to. You can also try some dark chocolate now and then. Sports drinks are filled with refined sugars. A natural electrolyte rich drink would be coconut water.

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    • acamp  June 17, 2015

      sugar is the worse thing ever just that alone would drop you in pounds ..look up the military diet :} will be shocked!!!!

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  3. Rebellllll  March 25, 2013

    Question… Would you recommend doing all three of these at the same time? Or just one at a time and your normal workout for the rest of your body?

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    • Skinny Ms.  March 26, 2013

      Rebecca, You could do all 3, but I recommend doing one at a time with your normal workout routine.

      Reply
  4. Mon Waters  July 12, 2014

    I am in

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