For toned arms do you go with the tried-and-true dumbbells or the new kid on the block – kettlebells? Actually, each have their own specific uses and each excel at their specific use.
Training with a kettlebell engages all different parts of the body for a complete workout and can sculpt and tone your entire body. Lifting and controlling it forces the entire body to contract as a group. This is a great option for anyone who wants a whole body workout in a very short period of time.
But for toned arms, dumbbells are better and here’s why.
If you’re a woman, you’re most likely going to want to work out your biceps to give your arms tone and definition.
The benefits of toning your arms are many. For women, it means that you can wave your arm without worrying about the bingo flap. You know, that section of your upper arm that hangs down when you raise it.
In the summer you can rock a tank top, a sun dress, or a short-sleeved shirt with confidence and pride.
While there are dozens of exercises that work out your biceps, the 4 exercises below make the biggest difference in the shortest amount of time.