Upper arm exercises are an important part of your weight lifting exercise program. The best arm exercises in particular will help to improve other areas of your upper body and will give you an over-all strong, fit appearance.
If you have weak or under developed arms you will have a very difficult time with any other upper body exercises.
Your upper arms, more than almost any other muscle group, will get the most positive or negative comments from people, depending of course on the over-all development of your upper arms.
For most people, both men and women, upper arm development can really draw attention to your over-all physique and can have either a positive or negative affect on your self-confidence.
If you are a man and your upper arms are thin and weak you won’t feel very comfortable with your shirt off.
Arm exercises for women are very important to improve confidence with firm and well toned arms.
For any upper arm exercises to work, whether it's biceps exercises or triceps exercises, arm toning exercises for women, etc. you have to use a variety of upper arm exercises in different combinations in order for your arms to develop - regardless of what goals you have.
For most people, both men and women, the main reason for a lack of good upper arm development is due to a lack of variation and periodization.
By incorporating specific upper arm exercises at specific times over the duration of your exercise program you will be able to not only prevent over-training but you will be affecting all the different parts of your upper arm muscles.
This leads to a much greater level of success.
The list of upper arm exercises that you can do is almost endless. You can do dozens of the best arm exercises using free weights, numerous types of machines, different exercises with body weight, and on-and-on.
You can also perform almost any of the best arm exercises in a seated, standing, incline bench or lying down position.
Unfortunately most people don't realize that a lot of upper arm exercises stress your arms in the same manner and as such, exercises that do this should not be used in the same arm workout.
A good example of a mistake a lot of people seem to make is performing seated dumbbell curls and standing barbell curls in the same workout. Both of these are a couple of the best arm exercises you can do however, they work your biceps in the identical way.
Here is a short list of the more productive upper arm weight lifting exercises. There are many more than this but this will help you get started. These exercises are some of the best arm exercises for women and men and are some are very good arm toning exercises as well.
The Best Arm Exercises You May Not Know About
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