This Lazy Girl Arm Workout from trainer Christina Carlyle will help you get toned arms without a lot of effort so you can get fit fast when you feel lazy.
I’ve gone for periods of time and I feel basically addicted to exercise. It’s no prob-Bob. I put on the yoga pants and sneakers. I grab my water and keys and I go workout. And I enjoy it. I do my thing. I sweat. I feel accomplished and I leave.
Then some days I want NOTHING to do with workouts. Usually, it’s because I’m in pain because my back and knee injuries are flaring up. Sometimes I just feel unmotivated and straight up don’t want to workout.
I know I have to workout – and should. Heck, I’m a personal trainer for cryin’ out loud.
EVERY SINGLE PERSON I’ve ever worked with feels the exact same way.
If you do too… girl, you’re in the right place.
That’s exactly why I created my lazy girl workout routines.
They’re perfect for women that want to exercise, get results, and feel accomplished… but take minimal effort and intensity.
My lazy girl workouts are perfect for the days when you know you need to workout, but don’t want to.
Today I’m sharing with you an easy, yet effective Lazy Girl Arm Workout.
LAZY GIRL ARM WORKOUT
This arm workout was created with ‘lazy’ moves that burn fat.
The best part? You can do this entire workout laying on your back.
This workout is perfect for days you’re feeling lazy but want to tighten and tone your arms.
How to do this Lazy Girl Arm Workout
- The 5 exercises in this arm workout utilize my lazy girl rep count rule.
- To rock this workout you’ll do each exercise until you feel the burn… once you feel the burn do 5 more.
- Quickly move onto the next exercise, taking little to no rest between the moves.
- One round of each exercise counts as 1 set.
- You’ll need to do 4 full sets to complete the workout.
When you’re done, leave me a comment and let me know if you felt the burn.
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For the best results, I recommend doing this routine a maximum of ONE TIME A WEEK. These are reserved for lazy days… not every day. If you need other (more intense) workouts, click here.
But if you’re truly in a funk, battling depression, anxiety or recovering from an injury, you can alternate this arm workout with my other lazy girl workouts.
What’d you think about this workout? Let me know in the comments.
It only works if you work it, so work it. YOU are so worth it!
Your Coach and Biggest Cheerleader
P.S For the best possible results, follow a meal plan and complete workout program. You can’t out-exercise a bad diet. Abs really are made in the Kitchen. If you need help with a meal plan or workout program I’ve got you covered.
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