how to lose arm fat

One Arm Triceps
This exercise helps to burn the accumulated fat in the triceps, the back portion of the arms. This area is prone to easy fat deposition. This exercise not only melts the excess fat in the triceps but also tones it to give a sculpted look to the arms. This is a powerful arm toning exercise.

For this exercise, you do not need any equipment. Directly on the floor you can perform it.

How to Perform

Sit on the floor by keeping your legs and feet joined together.
Keep your hands on the floor shoulder width apart and a foot behind the hips. Your fingers should point the hips.
Bend your knees and keep the feet flat on the floor.
Straighten your arms and raise your hips. This will put weight on your arms.
Bend your left elbow and with the help of right arm which is still straight, lower your hips to the floor. Ensure not to touch the floor.
Now repeat the same move with the other arm.

Triceps Dips
This exercise also helps to give you a pair of super sexy toned arms by working on the triceps. You can perform this exercise at home with the help of a 2 feet height chair or desk. Here the whole body weight will work on the triceps to tone them to the desired level.

Chair Triceps Dips
How to Perform

Place the chair or the desk in a stable position.
Stand in front of the chair by keeping at least 3 feet distance.
Turn your back and place your hands on the chair or desk.
The hands should be shoulder width apart.
Move forward with 3 to 4 steps away from the chair or desk.
Straighten your upper body and bend the knees to be in line with the chair or desk height.
Now bend your elbows and lower your body as low as to the ground.
Come back to the normal position.
Performing 3 sets of 20 repetitions every day will help you to lose arm fat effectively.

Lateral Plank Walk
Like the one arm triceps exercise, lateral plank walk also tones the muscles of the arms by melting the accumulated fat in the arms.
How to Perform

Lie on the floor on your stomach and then take the plank position by keeping your hands shoulder-width apart on the floor.
Keep your legs and feet joined together.
Your fingers should point outwards and your body should be in one straight line.
Move and keep your right hand on the left and move your left foot towards left.
Follow the same moves with the left hand and right foot.
Return to the initial plank position.
Pull your abs towards your spine and pelvis.
Reverse the direction and take 3 steps to the right.