Triangle push-up 1
This exercise helps work out your triceps, shoulders and chest. Start off by getting into a plank/push-up position with your back straight and your hands in a triangle position. Do a complete push-up (as shown) by bringing your body down and then pushing back up. Too hard? Try lowering your knees. Do 10 reps.
Shoulder press 2
Take a set of 5 to 10 lb. dumbbells (depending on what you’re more comfortable with) and get into position, making sure your back is straight and your shoulder blades are up. Bring your arms up to your shoulders at keep them bended at a goal post position (as shown here). Then press up and bring them back down slowly to the goal post position. This helps workout the chest, triceps, shoulders and back. Do 12 reps.
Tricep dips 3
Make sure you’re sitting at the edge of a chair or bench with your hands close to your hips. Walk your hips away from the chair with your shoulders rolled back, chest out, legs extended, and feet flexed. Use your arms to lift your body off the chair and then lower yourself until your upper arms are almost parallel to the floor. This will sculpt your shoulders and triceps. Do 12 reps.
Tricep kick-back 5
This is one of the best exercises to work out your triceps (the fat under your arms). Make sure your feet are distance apart with a slight tilt at the hips forward. Holding on to your dumbbells pull arms and swing back squeezing the back of the triceps as tight as you can while also keeping your abs tight and your elbows close to your body. Do 15 reps.
Overhead triceps extension 6
This is another really great way to combat arm flab. Grasp dumbbells in both hands and then lift it upward until your arms are fully extended, directly above your head. Then slowly lower the dumbbell behind your head towards the base of your neck. Raise it back up until your arms are fully extends. Do 15 reps.