Many people are troubled by their thick upper arms, and they seem to want to hide when they wear short sleeves. If you can transfer fat to the chest, your arms will be thinner, your chest can be larger, and you can say it’s one stone and two birds. If you want to make the chest larger and make the two arms thinner, you can move the fat from the two arms to the chest.
In most cases, when the breast size is large, the upper arms tend to be thicker, but you can increase the breast size by dieting on the arms. Training your upper arms with dumbbells is the recommended way to get a diet effect. We do dumbbell exercise at a convenient time, about three times a week.
If you have enough time and physical strength, you can do it daily. At the same time as doing exercises with dumbbells, from the upper arm to the chest, perform a massage in an anxious area so that waste does not accumulate around the chest. Training from the upper arm to the bust with exercises and dumbbell exercises is an effective way for people with stiff shoulders and neck muscles.
By practicing dumbbell exercises every day, you will be able to realize the effects of the diet speedily. Although some people worry that dumbbell exercises strengthen the arm muscles and make them thicker, women’s muscles are more likely to be fat, so there is less muscle build-up. Even if the effects of dieting begin to be achieved by stretching and diet restrictions, it will be easier to rebound if you stop over. When the effect appears temporarily, whether to continue the two-arm diet for the effect to continue or stop it determines whether or not the upper arm remains lean.