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I’m calling this my “Bat Wing Arm Fat Workout for Women” because it targets the stubborn fat on the triceps that giggles like a wing when you shake your arm.
I made this Bat Wing Arm Fat Workout for women who want to win the fight against arm flab and go sleeveless with confidence.
Bat Wing Workout for Women
This workout is made up of a combination of compound chest and triceps isolation exercises that work well together to burn calories and tighten and tone the tricep area of the arms.
Plus, the chest muscles branch out into the triceps muscle group… meaning you’ll be working secondary muscles that will enhance your results when you targeting the triceps muscles.
You can do this arm workout at home or at the gym.
How to do this Workout
- This bat wing arm workout has 6 exercises.
- Repeat each exercise 15 times to complete one set.
- Complete 4 full sets – of all 6 exercises – to complete the workout.
- Try to take little to no rest between the sets. The less you rest, the more fat you’ll burn.
- Do this workout twice a week. You can also do this workout once, and another one of my arm workouts, too.
- For the best results add a fat burning meal plan and full body training program.
After you’re done with this workout, leave me a comment and let me know if you felt the burn.
The Best Bat Wing Exercises for Women
Overhead Tricep Extension
Extend one arm directly above your head, while holding a dumbbell. Your arm should be close to your head. This is your start position. Inhale and slowly lower the weight back and down behind your head, as far as you can. Your forearm should be the only thing moving. Exhale as you push your arm back up to the start position to complete one rep. Complete the same number of reps with both arms to complete your set.
Place a chair (or bench) behind you and hold onto the edge with your arms extended, shoulder-width apart. Your legs should be extended forward, slightly bent, with your feet planted on the floor. This is your start position. Inhale and slowly lower your butt down by bending at the elbows. Using your triceps, push yourself back up to the start position, to complete one rep. Tip: Keep the elbows as close to your sides as possible throughout the movement.
In and Out Extensions
Stand holding your dumbbells down in front of you. This is your start position. Lift your arms up in front of you, then immediately out to the side. Reverse the movement, bringing your arms together and then back down to the start position to complete one rep.
Stand up straight with dumbbells in your hands. Lift your hands back and up about 8 inches. This is your start position. Lift your arms back and up as high as you can, keeping your arms close to your body. Lower your arms back to the start position as you inhale, to complete one rep. Pulse the weights up and down quickly for as long as you can. As soon as you feel the burn, do 5 more reps to complete your set.
Stand holding dumbbells. Bend your arms, then over slightly, with a neutral back. This is your start position. Keeping your elbows in close to your body, extend both dumbbells back and up, until your arms are extended straight behind you. Hold for a count, then reverse the movement, lowering the dumbbells back down to the start position to complete one rep.
Woohoo! That’s all of the bat wing exercises in this workout. Repeat each exercise 15 times, for 4 sets to complete this bat wing workout workout.
Leave me a comment to let me know if you felt the burn in your bat wings.
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Christina Carlyle is a certified Holistic Nutritionist, Sports Nutrition Specialist, Personal Trainer, Health Coach, & Behavior Modification Specialist. After overcoming her own health issues, getting off 7 medications, & losing 40 pounds (& keeping it off for 10+ years) she’s dedicated to helping others get Happy, Healthy, & Fit for life, with science-backed strategies. Christina shares real deal (no BS) weight loss and wellness advice, workouts, and recipes that get results and work in the real world.