Want to look spectacular with those sleeveless blouses? Presumably your shoulders and keep in shape with shoulder exercises.
To perform these exercises first do a warm up. Turn back the shoulders and arms several times and then do the same thing forward. If not, exercise another area of your body, then this and a bit of calisthenics has enough.
Pull the arm
puts his arm behind your head. Then, with the other arm, wrist strap that is hanging. Keep your back straight. Make a series of arm 10 and change.
Pull the elbow:
Place one arm behind your head until you can touch your hand back. With your other hand pull the elbow towards the opposite side (towards where the other arm). Make sets of 10 X10, alternating arms
Great for arms and shoulders. Interlace your hands and extend your arms forward, palms out. Squeeze your glutes and bring arms from front to top of your head as far back as possible. Rest there and then returns. Make 20 series
Hands in the neck:
Bend your elbows, place your hands on the shoulders and circles with your elbows. Practice 30 series.
“What and why”:
Remember when you were little and you said something you did not care. Shoulders up and down alternately, ie one first and then the other. Practice 4 sets of 10. You can do this on your desk or in school
* Hands together at chest level, elbows at right angles with the trunk. Squeeze palm to palm with short, intermittent pressure, doing three sets of ten repetitions.
* With a dumbbell in each hand a kilo, or even a can of this weight, raise your arms at right angles with the trunk. To enhance the shape of the shoulder, you turn a little hand, like you’re pouring a glass of water, ensuring that the elbows are always high. Do two sets of ten repetitions.
* Put your arms outstretched. Bend your elbows at right angles, keeping your elbows to shoulder height. Bring elbows in until they are at the height of the head, ensuring that the elbows are always in line with the shoulders. Open and close your arms without losing the position, doing three sets of ten repetitions.