No one wants to have jiggly arms. Imagine that you raise your arm or you clap your hands and you begin feeling the jiggling. Bearing in mind that jiggling arms are unappealing, we present you some exercises that will help you make the jiggliness disappear. The only thing you need for these exercises is a set of hand weight.1

Let us start with the exercise called triceps kickbacks. To begin with this exercise, bend over to a 45-degree angle. If you feel that you need to, bend your knees as well. Continue by bending your arms and pulling your elbows until they level up with your torso, and stay in this position, straightening your arms behind you. Squeezing your triceps on the way back is a must. Once you bend your arms into the position you started from, repeat. Repeat everything between ten to fifteen times.

The second exercise you need to do is called triceps dips. Stand in front of a robust chair and put your arms shoulder-width apart on the chair. Bending your legs downwards and the back close to the chair, straighten your arms while keeping your elbows bent to some extent. Next, bend the elbows gradually, lowering your body. Stay shortly in this position and then go back to the starting position. Make ten to fifteen repetitions of this push up and down set.

The thirds type of exercise is the pushups. Get down on the ground on your knees and put your hands down to the floor, about shoulder-width apart. Kick out your legs behind you and press down on your hands. Make sure you hold your back flat, parallel with the floor. Lower your body to the floor, until your elbows reach an angle of 90 degrees. Gradually, push back up until you reach the initial position. Make sure your back stays flat during the entire motion.

The next exercise is the row. For this exercise you will use the weights. Holding the weights, stand with your feet apart at shoulder width and your knees bent to some extent, keeping your arms at your sides. Gradually start pulling the weights up and then squeeze your shoulder blades together. Remain in this position for a while and then lower the weights. Make ten to fifteen repetitions.

The fifth exercise is triceps extension. This exercise is performed by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart and holding the weights in your hands. Raise the weights above your head and then bend your elbows backwards, behind your head. Raise the weights back to the initial position and repeat everything ten to fifteen times.

The last exercise is the arm pushup. This exercise is done lying on your side with your knees and hips stacked. Put your bottom arm across your torso, holding your hand on the shoulder, and then put the other hand on the floor right in front of you. Squeezing your triceps, push your body up, and then lower it. Repeat the whole thing ten times.