How to build bigger arms fast and simply – without even leaving the house

Yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that Brits must avoid pubs, clubs and theatres to help contain the deadly coronavirus bug.

It was also previously told that the COVID-19 disease could spread a lot easier among “big blokes” in the gym as those who regularly lift weights could become super-spreaders.

So if you’ve frozen your gym membership until the foreseeable future, here’s how you can still bulk up and get big arms without even lifting any weights.

Men’s Health US has revealed the ultimate workout to growing those muscles which can be easily done from the comfort of your home.

From triceps to biceps and forearms to fat-burn, try completing this circuit three or four times at least twice a week to gain thicker arms in no time.

Triceps

Crab walk:

How to do: Sit on the floor with your hands planted behind your back and your legs bent in front of you.

Raise your hips upwards so only your hands and feet are planted on the floor. Then start walking using your hands and feet to propel you forwards.

Forearms

Body up:

How to do: Start in a plank position with you forearms shoulder-width apart. Plant your palms on the floor and extend your body upwards, ensuring your torso remains straight.

Then lower your body slowly to the starting position and repeat.



It might be difficult to go to the gym given the current situation

Biceps

Handstand Wall Walk:

How to do: Position yourself in a handstand position with your feet planted against a wall. To complete the workout, move your hands forward and walk down the wall until you reach the bottom.

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Fat-burn

Shadow boxing:

How to do: This is perfect for anyone who’s getting trim for cutting season. Adopt a fighting stance and bounce on your toes as you shadow box.

Dip and weave, then cycle between low-and-hah intensity punching for a HIIT style cardio workout.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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