Oh the joys of pregnancy. Before getting pregnancy, you might have had toned, slender arms.. but as you are progressing through each trimester, you might notice some loss of tone or even flabbiness.

Not to worry! I have put together a fun yet challenging arm workout that is sure to work each muscle in your arm to keep them in tip top shape for after delivery.

This workout is safe for all trimesters, but as always, converse with your doctors before trying any new exercise routine.

You know what’s more annoying than having belly and back fat? Having flabby arms!. This article will give you workouts to do at home to get rid of them. You can use weights or no equipment at all. Not only flabby arms feel weird but they also don’t look nice especially when they finally sag and make us look like we have bat wings! Yikes! It’s also hard to accept that some friends and family would not only tease you for those arms but also play with it too! They really like the jiggling but we definitely don’t!

The only way to get the flab out is to get serious with our diet and exercise routine. As with everything, most fat loss routines start with a good diet but how about when it comes to making the muscles firm? We have exercise to answer that and we’ve compiled the 13 best exercises to finally get rid of those pesky flabby arms.

If you are in the process of toning your arms and getting rid of the flab, the following exercises will help you tremendously to get the desired toned arms you have been waiting for. Some are simple, while others are slightly complicated but each one of them will help you get rid of the excess fat.

Pilates boxing

Pilates boxing which is otherwise called Piloxing mainly combines techniques of pilates, boxing with a dash of dance if you are feeling adventurous. Pilates help in strengthening the body and boxing is a martial art that is a great form of exercise to burn fat and tone muscles. This exercise gives your arms and upper body a good workout and very much helps in toning.

How to do it:

  • Stand with your feet apart, bend your knees and move forward from your waist
  • While keeping your elbows up and steady, box with your right hand forward
  • Make sure you are clenching your abs while doing the motion
  • Box on each side several times (can go up to 20)