Anna Kaiser knows a thing or two about toning up and getting in shape. She offers a key piece of advice for those trying these moves: "higher reps, lower weights. That means repeating the motion more times with lighter weights, rather than using heavy ones that limit how many repetitions you can manage.
My dad is a veterinarian in a small dairy town in Northern California, which means I grew up hauling hay and shoveling horseshit on farms. I often went on calls with him where we yanked slimy newborn calves out of their uncomfortable, mooing mothers, or performed autopsies on the corpses of bulls, horses, dogs, and once, just for the hell of it, a small whale that washed up on the beach. Yet throughout the investigative butchery and stinking wrenches of animal births, the one procedure that always made me uneasy was bovine palpation.
Skip navigation! Story from Fitness. Plus, strengthening your arms is in no way "too hard" — as long as you train within your abilities and build from there.
Fortunately, killer biceps and triceps aren't just for those who are genetically blessed. In fact, you don't even need to have a gym membership to tone your arms. We talked to four women who self-sculpted the arms that define fitspiration, and we got them to tell us exactly how they did it.
But can we talk about arms for a quick sec? If you think an arm workout requires push-ups, heavy-ass weights, barbells, or pull-ups, you would be wrong. Actually, all you need to score superstrong arms are a few sets of dumbbells or just a resistance band to werk your biceps, triceps, and shoulders in 15 minutes.
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Kettlebells are all bells, no whistles. Resembling mini bowling balls with handles, kettlebells are great for building aerobic capacity and strength. Manocchia P, et al.