Are you having difficulties to find clothes that fit you because of your extra fat on the back and the underarm flab?
We have great news for you! There is a way to change that and to regain your lost confidence.
These exercises are able to affect the back and shoulders, working on the extra fat and finally melting it.
- Bent Over Circular Row
The target of this exercise is the middle and the upper back, as well as the biceps and chest.
Bent the knees slightly, and also bend the upper body forward. It needs to be parallel to the floor with the hands extended towards it. Circle your arms: the left one up, towards the chest, and the right one down. You should repeat it 12 times in 3 sets.
- Push and Touch
This exercise works great on your back, chest and shoulders. Place the feet at shoulder width position. Your arms need to fall down with the palms forward. Now, raise them to your shoulders and aim the palms towards the ceiling. Stay in this position for a couple of seconds, and then start raising the hands over your head. The palms should stay behind you.
Return to shoulder level, pause for one second, and then return your arms in the starting position. Don’t move any other body part. Repeat this exercise 8 times in 3 sets.
- Crisscross Reverse Fly
This exercise is amazing for the shoulders and upper back. You will need to bend the knees slightly, as well as the body, at 45 degrees. Cross the arms at your wrists in front of your knees, then lift them to the shoulders and back. You need to repeat this exercise 12 times in 3 sets.
- Elbow Kiss
This is one more great exercise for the chest and shoulders. You should raise your arms to shoulder height – aim the palms toward the ceiling. Now, bend your elbows on 90 degrees and then pull the arms in front of the chest right until they touch. You should not raise your shoulders at any time. Repeat 12 times in 3 sets.
In order to obtain the best results, do the exercises for about 15 minutes 3 times a week, within a period of three weeks.
The following video show some more information about back exercises: