Armed for spring: how to get bigger weapons

Have you ever wondered how to get bigger hands or how slimmer? Everyone wants slender, toned arms, but many of us just don’t know how to achieve them. Check it out expert training it will give you a toned look!

How to get bigger weapons 101

One of my worst nightmares is a lady who comes up to me at the gym and gets me right in the face, saying, “What do I do with my chicken-winged hands?”

Then she shows me. This nightmare usually goes one of three ways:

  1. I explain that the body does not choose where to burn fat
  2. With me I show all the triceps exercises that can only be imagined
  3. With me politely smiling and wishing the conversation was over

The look of your hands is a big deal, especially if you want to wear your favorite sleeveless shirt or dress. However, if you are thinking of showing your hands to someone for advice, don’t do it. In my experience, it’s awkward and a little awkward.

Instead, do these exercises below, comfortably in your own home, to get rocking arms that you’ll be happy to show when the weather starts to get warmer.

Do this procedure now and the next thing you know will be asking people for weapons advice.


Pick one exercise from each section and perform in the form of a chain, holding two or three circles. Rest as little as possible between each exercise. Do this at the end of a regular workout or on the weekend to gain extra volume. Either way, take care of it and have fun.


Curl the hammer – Perform any of the above options with palms facing each other to emphasize the lateral forearm and change the pace.

The isometric biceps are twisted – Using a resistance tape or dumbbell, twist one arm at a 90 degree angle and hold. On the other hand, do 15 biceps as described above. Then switch hands and repeat the sequence on the other side. Feel the burn, baby.


Tilt the push-ups tightly – A solid sloping base, like a kitchen bench or chair armrest, works best. Place your hands shoulder-width apart and take a firm push-up position. Lower slowly until you feel your shoulders close together and explode back. Do anywhere from eight to twelve reps depending on your strength level.

Extension of the triceps over the head with one hand Standing on a light resistance band with both feet and holding one handle, raise your bent arm to your ear. Extend your elbow over your head, keeping your elbow close to your head and concentrating on the lock. Do 12 – 15 reps on both hands. Dumbbells can be replaced by this movement.

Recumbent bilateral triceps extension – Lie face down on the floor, holding one dumbbell face up and over your head. Lower the dumbbell to your ear and pull out. Then, unfolding the dumbbell away from you, lower the dumbbell to the opposite shoulder and then pull out. This is one representative. Do eight to twelve reps on both hands.


Shoulder crane in front Get a strong push-up position, wrists under your shoulders. Then grab the ground with one hand and tap the front of the opposite shoulder and return to the beginning. Then do the other side. Continue alternating sides for 30 – 60 seconds.

We are talking about I, Y, T Tilt your hips back and lower your torso until it is almost parallel to the ground. The back should be straight from the head to the butt and you should feel tension in the hamstrings. With your arms hanging and thumbs up, raise your arms until they are near your head, and return to the beginning. Then raise your hands to Y and return to the beginning. Last but not least, raise your hands until they form a T. This is one cue. Do anywhere from five to eight reps.

One-time entry and exit (resistance group or dumbbells) – Standing high, holding the weight in one hand, do a raising the front shoulder. Go back to the beginning and then do a lateral increase, going no further than shoulder height at both lifts. This is one representative. Do anywhere from six to eight reps on each arm.

Hang out

So, thinking about how to get bigger weapons, now you know! Do this procedure two to three times a week for best results. With a little hard work, dedication, perseverance and sweat you will be able to reach more beautiful hands.

You may need a license for these guns. 🙂

Shane McLean
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