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  • Angelina

    Bob Harper's Arm Exercises ~ Fitness Magazine

  • Sara Natelli

    Right to Bare Arms: Upper-Body Workout. This killed my legs! Yup, you heard me, that sneaky Bob Harper snuck in so many leg moves along with the arm workout, that that's what ended up hurting more. Good total body moves though.

  • Marissa Nelson

    Right to Bare Arms: Upper-Body Workout. Workout by Bob Harper, trainer on TV's The Biggest Loser and creator of the Bob Harper Inside Out Method: Body Rev/Cardio Conditioning DVD...Sculpt a sexy upper body! These moves use your upper body to stoke your calorie burn so you can rock a little black dress all season long.

  • Vicki Crump

    Right to Bare Arms Upper Body Workout by Bob Harper

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A arm workout for when you’re just beginning to work on your upper body strength.

A arm workout for when you’re just beginning to work on your upper body strength.

Weighted Jump Rope Targets: Arms, abs, butt, and legs --Stand with feet hip-width apart, a dumbbell in each hand. --Bend elbows by ribs about 90 degrees so that forearms point out to sides, palms facing forward. --Jump up and down a few inches off floor, drawing small circles with dumbbells as if twirling a jump rope. --Do 2 sets of 16 jumps.

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