1. Dumbbell Overhead Triceps Extension
The triceps make up around 70% of your upper arms, despite the fact that biceps are frequently the focus of arm exercises, according to McNulty. "Building your triceps will help fill the sagging skin around your upper arms."
2. Dumbbell Chest Flye
Building chest muscle might help make sagging skin across your chest look less noticeable. Exercises for the chest that isolate the chest, like as the flye, are a wonderful approach to improve this.
3. Barbell Row
4. Alternating Dumbbell Biceps Curl
The biceps are one of the first muscle groups that come to mind for most people when considering a muscular physique, and sculpting them can help reduce the appearance of sagging skin on the upper arms, a region that many people prefer to store fat in despite having lost weight in the past.
5. Dumbbell Shoulder Press
Even with some additional flesh on the upper torso, a set of toned shoulders can provide the appearance of a sculpted figure.
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6. Curtsy Lunge
This particular lunge variant is great for developing your legs and glutes from a variety of angles while also enhancing balance and coordination.
7. Tempo Barbell Back Squat
"Adding a tempo element to your squats simply means performing each part of the movement for a set amount of time, but it makes a difference," .The descending (eccentric) half of the exercise is typically performed for a longer time, making your muscles more active.