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Easy And Effective Exercises Against Sagging Arm Skin For Women Over 40

Date March 1, 2018 10:32

Many women have encountered those embarrassing flabby bits under their arms that wave in the wind every time they say goodbye. If you frantically nod your head in agreement now, you should know, you are not the only one!

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The sagging situation gets even worse with age because certain body parts hold onto fat deposits more than others, and the upper arms is the main area where it happens. This is the cause of those unattractive bulges that appear when you wear swimsuits, t-shirts or tank tops.

While losing weight and toning muscles is not an easy task at any age, you can say goodbye to jiggly arms in your 40 with these three steps:

  • exercises;
  • healthy eating;
  • drinking plenty of water.

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We have collected 4 easy exercises for you as well as some healthy tips that will help to fix the ‘jiggly’ situation. If you don’t have dumbbells, don’t worry!  Just grab the water bottles. Do them with 50 seconds intervals.

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Eat a healthy and balanced diet. If you are overweight or constantly overeating, reduce your calories by 250 to 500 calories per day. Make sure to add unprocessed and nutrient-full foods like fruits and veggies, meat, fish, nuts, and whole grains. And don’t forget to drink plenty of water.

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We're not going to lie, if you do these exercises at least three times a week, you'll be able to feel muscles you didn't know you had and get those "Michelle Obama arms" of your dreams.

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This article is solely for informational purposes. Before using any of the information provided above, consult a certified specialist. Use of the information outlined above can be harmful to health. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for harm or other consequences that may result from the use of the information provided above.

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