15-Minute Workout Routine To Tone And Sculpt Your Upper Body

Yuhu! That back fat is long gone since I tried the below workout routine to tone-up my back muscles, because toning your muscles is the easiest way to get rid of back fat!

Ahh! Sculpting your back is amazing! I did it already and I enjoy wearing a backless dress every Saturday night out!

The following 15-minute workout routine program is super-easy and it’s pretty effective! The great thing is that you can do it anywhere! Even at the office!

1. Chair Tricep Dips

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Sit on a chair, gripping the edge. Don’t get too comfy. Extend your legs in front and rest your feet on another chair. Scoot your bum off the edge of the first so your weight is supported on your hands and feet.
Lower till your arms form right angles, then push up and repeat. Bye-bye, bingo wings.

2. Halted Push Ups

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Get into plank. Your hands should be under, but just wider than, your shoulders.
With your body straight, slowly lower halfway to the ground. Pause for 5 seconds. Lower down till your chest nearly touches the floor, pause for another 5, then push back up to the top. That’s gonna hurt tomorrow.

3. Bent Wrist Bicep Curls

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Okay, arms in front with a dumbbell in each hand, palms facing the ceiling. Bend your wrists back so your biceps have to do all the work. Got it?
Keep upper arms still, exhale as you curl the weights into your body. Inhale as you return. Hammer through those reps.

4. Bent Over Rows

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Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your knees slightly and lean forward.
Keeping your back straight, lower the weights towards the ground, then pull back up squeezing your shoulder blades together.

5. Shoulder Press

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Sit on a chair, legs firmly planted on the floor, holding a dumbbell in each hand. Choose a weight you know will make you break a sweat.
Raise your arms to shoulder height, forming right angles, palms facing forward. Lower back down and repeat.

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