Get amazing arms in minutes

We've all wished to have those beautifully sculpted arms that we can flaunt in a stylish tank-top or that sexy sleeveless shirt.

Here are a six amazing arm exercises that you can do within minutes to get those beautiful arms. These six exercises are easy and target the most affected areas.

Pullover
Targets: Shoulders, upper back, triceps, abs and butt
Holding a medium size (medicine ball) with both hands, lie face-up on stability ball with head and shoulder blades resting on its center, knees bent 90 degrees and feet flat so that torso is parallel to floor.

Keeping abs engaged and hips lifted, extend arms toward ceiling, directly over shoulders.

Slowly lower arms behind you until ball is directly in line with head then raise them toward the ceiling.

Do 12 to 15 reps.

Lunge press
Targets: Shoulders, arms, abs, obliques, butt and legs
Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding a medium size (medicine ball) with both hands in front of chest, elbows bent on sides.

Lunge back with right leg and rotate torso to right, then back to center.

Press into left foot as you rise out of lunge, lifting right knee toward chest while pressing ball overhead. Lower into lunge position and repeat.

Do 10 to 15 reps. Switch legs; repeat

Reverse dunk
Targets: Triceps and abs

Lie face-up on floor with knees bent, heels on floor, holding medicine ball with both hands in front of chest, elbows bent by sides.

Slowly sit up, keeping abs engaged.

Sitting tall with back straight and shoulders relaxed, press ball overhead, then bend elbows 90 degrees so that ball is behind you.

Extend arms, then lower ball to chest and slowly return to start.

Do 10 to 15 reps

Flye ball
Targets: Shoulders, arms, chest, abs, obliques and butt

Holding a medium size ball (medicine ball) with both hands, lie face-up on stability ball with head and shoulder blades resting on its center, knees bent 90 degrees and feet flat so that torso is parallel to floor.

Keeping abs engaged and hips lifted, extend arms toward ceiling, directly over shoulders.

Shift ball to left hand and slowly lower left arm out to side, maintaining a slight bend in left elbow as right arm remains extended.

Bring ball back to center. Shift ball to right hand; repeat to complete one rep.

Do 12 to 15 reps

Squat push
Targets: Arms, chest, abs, butt, and legs

Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, holding a medium size ball (medicine ball) ball with both hands in front of chest, elbows bent by sides.

Squat keeping knees behind toes.

As you rise out of squat, press ball forward until arms are fully extended at chest level.
Return to squat position with ball in front of chest, elbows bent on sides.

Do 10 to 15 reps.

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