Best Arm Exercises For Women – One Product for Perfect Results

I remember playing with my grandmother’s ‘jiggle arms’ when I was little and I loved it and she seemed to as well.

But, honestly, I do not like having loose arms, so I have found a great product to help solve this arm dilemma so many of us women face, especially for women over the age of fifty. 

So far, it is the best arm exercises for women without having to go to the gym or do anything too strenuous. 

Sometimes yoga is simply not enough to keep my arms and their strength. 

This is especially true for women. 

We are being squeezed into our roles of motherhood, aging parents, careers, and all else that falls in between.

My 50th birthday came and went a few years ago, and I came to understand a fundamental truth;  positive thinking has helped my approach to life and all its constant changes.

Another fundamental truth; all of my feelings, my emotions, and commotions get completely balanced when I am working out.

Here is why: If I don’t take the time to take care of my body, my mind and spirit cannot deal with the strength and stamina needed to deal with everyday demands.

Things get out of control if I don’t get at least 30 minutes of cardio in a day.
Taking a 30-minute walk is better than not doing anything and being sedentary all day.

I begin to spin out of control as many other women admittedly do too.

If I am not following my own advice with a daily work-out, I wind up feeling weighted as if I swallowed a ten-pound brick, and that brick just sits in my gut which then affects my whole being. 

I understand intellectually this is not true, but it sure feels like it.

Best Arm Exercises For Women

One day I looked in the mirror and saw my arms.
I was shocked at the loss of muscle in my triceps.

My arms lost muscle tone in a very short amount of time.

I did NOT like it.

This really upset me. I kept looking at my arms like they were aliens attached to me!

I knew what my arms looked like, what seemed just the other day, and I knew what I wanted them to look like again, hopefully, sooner than later!

I couldn’t believe how quickly the loss of muscle came to be.

I applied myself immediately. I studied the anatomy of the arm and came to find out how many women have this same exact problem. In fact, I was shocked to find out what women were willing to do to rid themselves of what is known as “bat-wings”

There is NO quick fix to getting your triceps back in shape.

There are, however, great exercises that do work and if applied daily, work quickly.
There is a  product that will save you from having to go to the gym,  so you can work out your arms in the comfort of your own home.

It’s called the UB Toner.

It works!

There are many women looking for an easy way out and I’m telling you, aside from surgery it’s just not going to happen without a dedicated workout for your arms only.

The UB Toner works out your arms like magic.

Apply yourself 10 minutes a day and you will see results within 10 days, guaranteed.
There are other ways to work out your arms without having to buy gadgets to help you only it won’t happen as quickly as using the UB Toner.

Best Arm Exercises For Women

This product will help you achieve results by doing 4 easy to do exercises utilizing your triceps, biceps, pectorals, deltoids and lateral muscles, all from using one piece of equipment.

Arms are the hardest part of the female body to get back in shape.

There are many reasons women will benefit from exercising regularly.

Improves skin elasticity.

If vanity is your main reason to get motivated then glowing, skin can be added to your list of reasons.

Regular daily exercise will enhance blood flow to your skin, improves acne by controlling the production of testosterone hormones like DHEA and DHT. 

Sweating can unclog your pores and clear out breakouts, which ultimately detaches the skin of dirt and oils.

Helps to reduce severity of stroke

A study by the Bispebjerg University Hospital in Copenhagen following first-time stroke patients found “patients who exercised the most prior to their stroke were two and a half times more likely to have a milder stroke compared to this who exercised the least” reports WEBMD.

Cancer risk is reduced.

Most everywhere you look to do research these days you will find Drs confirming that the risk of lung, colon and breast cancers can be greatly reduced in regular daily activity. 

In fact, a 2007 study found that exercise is an important step to preventing breast cancer because higher levels of estrogen, which is stored in fat, increase your risk.

The American Association for Cancer Research reports ” Women who exercise heavily are, in general, older at the time of their fist period, and tend to have irregular periods and shortened estrogen producing phase.

They go on to say ” Postmenopausal women who are physically active have also been shown to have lower levels of estrogen”

Enhances work productivity and mental performance.

Everyone that has had the liberty to exercise, doing at least 30 minutes of cardio a day, knows that regular activity boosts your mood.

According to the Mayo Clinic, “once you get motivated, exercise can help make a big difference in helping you relax and making you feel much better by keeping anxiety and depression from coming back.”

When you are exercising your neurotransmitters and endorphins that ease depression is released, your boy temperature is raised which in turn calm nerves.

This is a big reason why I get up every day to jog, walk or sometimes run.

Improves your digestion

The Gastroenterological Society of Australia found exercising will help the intestinal muscles break down food which then moves it through the system correctly by strengthening abdominal muscles minimizing sluggishness.

Prevent loss of muscle

Exercise for women over 50 is as important as waking up and brushing your teeth.

As we age we build muscle less efficiently, and the muscle we already have breaks down more quickly, according to a study found in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Regular exercise is important to healthy aging, it will help maintain our muscle mass and also increase it.  When we exercise we keep our metabolism high giving us the stamina to complete everyday tasks.

Risk of Osteoporosis decreases

According to the University of Arizona, strengthening exercises like weight lifting, jogging, treadmill use, step aerobics, racquet sports are best for maintaining bone mass. Bone mass will ultimately help prevent osteoporosis.

Risk of Dementia is reduced

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, physical activity “improves cognitive function in healthy elderly persons, and potentially reduces the risk of developing cognitive impairment.” 

They go on to say that “dance classes particularity, which require learning skills which include memory and concentration, are especially good for individuals with the increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease.”

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12 Replies to “Best Arm Exercises For Women – One Product for Perfect Results”

  1. I am just over 50 and I agree how the body can quickly lose tone. It makes for more of a challenge as we get older. The UB Toner sounds like a really good little piece of equipment to work the upper body and arms. Do you know if it is strong and durable? Sounds like something I may consider to help perk things up.

    1. Absolutely strong and durable. Plus, it works! It’s light and easy to carry from one room to the next. Not at all bulky and very easy to use.

      Thanks for your comment!

      Come back and let us know how you like it.

  2. hi there
    I have to say that I was not familiar with the UB toner so I clicked on the link to see what it looked like. From the design, I can see that it would work out the triceps. As we age, we women tend to accumulate fat where we never did before! So any help is appreciated. I am with you on the need to exercise every day. I just do not feel good if I do not. I typically take one day off a week but I feel like I need to get the energy and emotions out of my system. And when I do weight training, I always include arm exercises.

    1. Yes, triceps are the most difficult for women to work out. Some even go to the extreme of surgery. I am living proof that working out triceps do work, but you have to be consistent and not take too many days off in-between. Getting energy and emotions out of the system is a huge reason why women would do much better working out than not. It’s pure therapy for me. Thank you for your comment!

  3. Great post and great review of the UB Toner. As we age it’s so important to keep up with a regular exercise routine. My wife just joined Good Life Fitness and we’ll see where that leads to. This is a great little home exercise product. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

    1. It’s a great product that doesn’t take up room, and it’s easy to store! I agree, Peter, as we age we definitely need to spend more time working out.

      Thanks for your comment!

  4. My arms have always been a problem for me. No matter how low my body fat is or how much I work out. My body looks like the 125lbs that it is, but my arms are someone of 200lbs.
    I’ve never heard of this UB toner stuff but I’m definitely interested in trying it. Of course I will continue my workouts but I could sure use some help like that!

    1. I know how you fee! My arms are the hardest to tone, but with daily arm workouts you can definitely see results, and in not too long a time either. Good luck and let me know how it works out for you!

      Thanks for your comment!

  5. You’re totally right, things change all the time. Although Im not a woman, I can vouch for men and say its quite true as well! I think that it’s funny that you mentioned bat wings for the arms- I feel like that would actually work out well if you diciplined yourself enough for it! Anyways, great article. I’ll pass it on to my lady 🙂
    Matt TheDopestMatrix

    1. Hey Matt – I bet you can tell things are always changing with a woman around the house =) our moods can swing pretty dramatically.
      That’s is how come a regular daily workout routine is important. So we ALL stay sane. THanks for your comment!!

  6. All of your content is completely true. I am 43 year old male who has trained from the age of about 10 literally. Up until my late 20’s early 30’s it was about muscle gain etc and now it is more a case of i feel great, refreshed and sharp when i finish a good workout or a circuit session (my favourite) I also totally agree that it helps to sustain and maintain your health and agile through the mature years and keeps you full of energy.

    I go to circuit classes (outburst of cardio) and i am fitter than the lads in their 20’s…… quite funny.

    Good article and a good mindset.

    1. I believe it when you say you’re fitter than lads in their 20’s!! WHile working out in my local gym I see kids in their
      teens to early 20’s that definitely cannot keep up with me on the treadmill. In fact they comment frequently that my lungs are
      better and bigger than theres! At least I feel I’m making a good impression on them.

      THank you for your comment!

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