Well, thank you kindly!
Truthfully you can’t “spot reduce” fat deposits. You can build muscle in your arms, and your whole body, which will help your body burn more fat and become more toned/defined. If you’re looking to lower the fat percentage in your arms (or anywhere) you should evaluate your diet and see where changes can be made. If you want we can talk more about your personal goals/dietary needs.
I CrossFit, so there’s a combination of things that work my arms: weight lifting (push press, rows), pull ups, push ups, dips, etc. It’s important to do compound/non-isolated movements, like chin ups instead of bicep curls. The one movement that seriously impacted my arms/traps/lats was the pull up. This time last year I couldn’t even do one single unassisted pull up. I had to use giant rubber bands to help get me up there, but I practiced daily nonetheless. My arms grew and so did my strength.
Suns out, guns out.
I also started using a product called Catalyst to help tone and define my entire body. It’s Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAA) and is great for energy and preserving lean muscle tissue during periods of fasting (i.e., while you’re sleeping). There’s not one magic movement, food, or pill that’s going to make it happen. It takes hard work and TIME. Develop a plan and stay dedicated - if I can do it, anyone can!
Work until you no longer have to introduce yourself.(via lebanesebreezeee)