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Get your sleeveless ready: Few Hand exercises


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Weight training is best done under the supervision of a certified fitness instructor to avoid muscle injuries and strains. However, if hitting the gym regularly is not your thing, try these simple push-ups at home.

- Lie flat on your stomach and place the palms of your hands on floor, right next to your face.

- Lift your body until it is parallel to the ground and support it with your arms

- Bend your arms to slowly bring yourself back down and repeat.

- If the routine seems tough at first, try it with your knees resting on the floor.

- Start with 3 sets of 15 reps each and go up to 25 as you gain stamina.

Weight training will not help much if your muscles are hidden under layers of adipose. Work on losing the extra pounds and follow up with strength training to tone up the loose bits.

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