If you keep strict diet it will definitely help you lose weight, but it won’t help you lower the fat rate. If you want to tighten specific parts of your body you’ll need a specific workout routine.
The back fat and the underarm flab are the most challenging parts of the body. These 6 exercises, can help you achieve that tightening of your back and arms at home. And the good thing about it is that you won’t need any equipment.
Do these exercises regularly and you’ll notice the results in just couple of weeks.
Prone reverse fly
Lie down faced toward the floor and straighten your arms out to the sides. Raise your chest up toward the ceiling as much as you can. Get back to the starting position. Push up until you feel a stretch between your shoulder blades. 3 sets 15 reps.
Target: upper back
Lie down on your stomach with your hands straight down next to your body. Push your chest up and move your hands out to the sides to form “T”. Get back and again push your chest up and form and “Y” with your hands. Go back again and do the same thing while pushing your hands straight in front of you to form “I” position. 2 sets, 20 reps, each position.
Target: upper back
Lie face toward the floor, and set your arms straight above your head. Then, raise your chest, arms, and legs. Pause, and get back to the start. 3 sets 10 reps.
Target: low back
Start with the plank position. Keep your legs hip-width apart, and rest on your forearms. Push your chest down without moving the hips, while your shoulder blades squeeze together. Pause on this position for 10 seconds and get back to the start. 2 sets, 20 reps.
Target: back flab
Starting position: all fours, back straight. Push your left arm straight in front of you, and your right leg straight back. Pause there for few seconds and get back to the starting position. Repeat with the opposite leg and arm. 2 sets, 20 reps.
Lie down, face toward floor, arms stretched to the sides with palms down. Raise your arms, but keep your head down. Feet few inches from the floor and back straight. Pause, and get back to the starting position. Repeat. 3 sets, 10 reps.
Target: back and arms