Right to Bare Arms: Upper Body Workout
Tone your arms, back and shoulders with this upper body workout from Bob Harper.
Right to Bare Arms. Dead-Lift Row. For this move, keep your knees soft and back flat as you hinge forward. Then, stand tall as you row the dumbbell up to chest height. Do two sets of 16 reps. Weighted Jump Rope. This is just as it sounds. You need to jump only and enter to off the floor as you draw tiny circles with your weight. Make sure to keep your elbows at your sides. Do two sets of 16 jumps. Pass Under. This move is simple. You need to lunge forward and pass a weight under your front leg. Switch legs to complete one rep. Do two sets of 16 reps. Suitcase Swing. Squat down and quickly stand up as you swing the weight up to shoulder height. You'll do 16 reps then switch arms and repeat. Overhead Press Pull. This move is simple. You'll go from a goal post position doing overhead press and repeat. Do two sets of 16 reps.
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