Millions of people around the world are dealing with the problem of back and underarm fat which is never fun to see. However, you should know that you can resolve it with some extra physical effort.
The following 4 exercise will target specific muscle areas on your shoulders and upper back that will reduce the fat and make you sexy again in only 3 weeks! Try them yourself and you will be amazed by the results
Push and touch
This exercise will target your chest, shoulders and upper back. Stand with your feet at shoulder width and let your arms fall down the sides. Now, raise your arms with the palms up to your shoulders, then stop and feel the burn. Continue raising them over your head, then return to shoulder level and the starting position. Do 3 sets of the exercise with 6-8 repetitions each.
Bent-over circular row
This exercise targets your chest, shoulders and upper back. Bend your knees slightly and keep your abs squeezed, then bend forward until your body is parallel to the floor and keep your hands extended towards it. Now, circle them to the left, towards your chest, right and down, then repeat the circle to the right. Do 3 sets with 10-12 repetitions each.
Crisscross reverse fly
This exercise will target your shoulders and upper back. Bend your knees a bit and lean your torso forward to 45 degrees, then cross your arms at the wrists in front of your knees and lift them slowly to shoulder height and go back to the starting position. Repeat with the opposite hand, and do 3 sets of the exercise with 10-12 repetitions per set.
This exercise targets your shoulders and chest. Raise your arms at shoulder level, then bend your elbows at 90 degrees and pull your arms in front of your chest until your elbows kiss. Keep your shoulders steady during the process. Go back to the starting position in reverse. Do 3 sets of the exercise with 10-12 repetitions each.
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