Absolutely no one likes having fat hanging from their armpits; it’s unsightly and makes us self-conscious. Getting rid of armpit fat isn’t as hard as you might think; it just requires a bit of hard work and determination. Since fat loss cannot be isolated, we speed up this process by building muscle in the desired area to limit fat build-up. By completing our Getting Rid Of Armpit Fat routine 2-3 times a week, we will have you feeling great in no time and if you are interested in other workouts or ways to get fit, visit us at BalanceKG.
To aid in the fat loss and overall health of yourself, eating properly will pay serious dividends towards your overall well-being. Make sure you supplement your diet with additional protein to aid in building muscle and reduce the number of sugars and carbs you take in to speed up fat loss. All we need are dumbbells of your weight preference.
Getting Rid Of Armpit Fat Exercises
- Side Lateral Raises
- Tricep Extensions
- Squat To Shoulder Press
- Mountain Climbers
Side Lateral Raises
Start with a dumbbell in each hand, with arms slightly bent and angle down. We will be bringing our arms out to our sides with elbows locked until they are shoulder height. Then we will bring our arms back down to the starting position. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.
While seated, take one dumbbell and hold it over your head by the actual weight portion. We will be lowering the dumbbell behind our heads until our arms are nearly 90-degrees. Hold for several seconds and return to your starting position. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.
Begin by lying flat on the ground with your hands approximately shoulder-width apart. Push against the ground lifting your upper body until your arms are fully extended. Return to the starting position. You can use your knees to transition to your toes as you develop more upper body strength. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.
Squat To Shoulder Press
Start with a dumbbell in each hand, held over your shoulders. We begin by squatting until our butts are 90-degrees with our knees or as far down as we can go without hurting ourselves. We then push back up to a standing position continuing by fully extending our arms straight overhead. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.
Start in the pushup position. The motion begins by bringing one knee up directly under your body as far as you can, then pushing that leg back to the starting position. Alternate with each leg. Repeat for your desired reps or until you cannot do anymore.
As with any exercise, do not put yourself in a position that will harm yourself; this occurs most often by overestimating the weight of the dumbbells. It may also be worth checking with your doctor to make sure it is safe for you to perform these exercises.