How To Get Rid Of Flabby Arms For Women

It’s not easy to get rid of flabby arms, and more so if you don’t understand weight loss. But once you understand weight loss entirely, it’s super easy.

Here are some of the best tips to help women like you get rid of flabby arms!

  • Focus on fat loss first, so that you can get rid of all the fat surrounding your arms. This is best done by interval sprinting. Interval sprinting is NOT jogging. Interval sprinting is basically sprinting several sets of a short distance e.g. 10 to 20 metres and repeating this over and over again after short rest times (e.g. 20-25 seconds).
  • Take a low carbohydrate diet. A diet high in simple sugars and carbohydrates will cause you to gain weight quickly. On the other hand, if you reduce your simple sugars and carbs intake, you will be able to control your weight much easier. Take note that it’s simple sugars and carbs which cause weight gain… NOT fatty food!
  • Perform arm exercises to make sure that you’re not just losing fat but still look ‘weak’ underneath. Obviously, you don’t want to look like a female bodybuilder, because that’s certainly not your goal. However, it’s good to have toned arms too. Toned arms are best achieved by performing exercises such as incline pull ups and push ups.
  • If you want a very in-depth look into weight loss, then check out this video on how to lose flabby arm fat for women.

Do you know of any other good tips? Make sure to let me know by leaving a comment below! 🙂

Understanding Caloric Deficit To Lose Weight – Unraveling The Truth

Did you know that when it comes to weight loss and especially a diet for your weight loss that the most important thing is not what you eat, but how much you eat? This is one of the key principles taught by AlvinChua91 Women Weight Loss Coach.

Yes, a lot of people try to dispute that, but notice that those people who encourage you to look at what you eat first are usually still overweight! Keep in mind that it’s still important to know what macro-nutrients you’re consuming, however, without FIRST getting into a state of caloric deficit, it almost does not matter what else you do.

What is a state of caloric deficit? Being in a state of caloric deficit simply means that you’re taking in fewer calories through food and drinks than you are burning off naturally through your body’s metabolism as well as exercises. It’s simple math, really.

If you burn off more calories than you take in, you’re forced to lose weight. Where most people and women get confused about caloric deficits is that they listen to others without realizing that being in a state of caloric deficit is a relative thing to yourself! Every woman’s natural resting metabolism is different and the amount of calories you burn per day is different from almost every other woman. This means that you should not follow a ‘fixed’ amount of calorie intake just because another woman saw weight loss with that. What is a lot to another woman may be too little for you and vice versa. To figure out your ideal amount of calories you should take in, simply keep increasing the intensity of your exercises, and decreasing the overall amount of food you’re taking in through your meals. It’s really that simple to get into a caloric deficit!