The (ACE) has finally answered the question women have been asking for decades: how can I get rid of arm jiggle and what is the single best arm exercise to target this troublesome area? Scientists at the Exercise and Health Program at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse conducted a study using 70 female participants to find out once and for all. By attaching electromagnetic (EMG) electrodes to women’s triceps while performing various arms exercises, the scientists were able to record the women's real-time muscle activity and determine which arms exercises produce the most muscle activity; read: blast arm jiggle the most!
Ask seven people what the seven best arm exercises of all-time are and answers are likely to vary drastically. Movements that for one person may not yield the same results for someone else. (That’s another reason we’re constantly on you to change your exercise selection, sets, reps and rest periods on a consistent basis.)
Bench dips are another one of the best arm flab exercises. In this exercise, sit on the edge of a bench or bed and place the hands next to the hips; slide the body forward, keeping the knees bent until only the hands are still on the bed. Then, slowly lower the body until the elbows are bent to approximately 90 degrees, then use the arms to raise back up; repeat for a few sets. These are just a few of the many exercises that can be used to target arm flab.
So are the following 7 exercises the best arm moves of all time? Yes, according to Eraldo Maglara NSCA-CPT — because they’ve been the most effective at helping him and his clients . Are they the best arm exercises for you? Let us know in the comments.