The Best Triceps Exercises for Women
Just when you thought you were safely in sweater season, it’s time for holiday parties—and cocktail dresses. Arm yourself to bare those jiggly bits on the flip sides of your biceps (wave hello and you’ll see them). Strengthening these areas will help you look great in sleeveless styles and may also give a small boost to overall metabolism, says David Goldman, a personal trainer and the owner of Wicker Park Fitness, in Chicago, who created this routine. Do the moves, some of which require five- to eight-pound weights and an exercise ball, three times a week. Soon you’ll be waving arm wobble good-bye.