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Old 06-04-2011, 07:15 PM   #6 (permalink)
FutureizNow
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Originally Posted by RunbikeSki View Post
Actually I suggest the opposite. Fewer reps... heavier kettlebells. You really want to challenge those muscles, not bore them to death . It is the building of muscle tissue that will really help reduce the batwings, and that requires really pushing your muscle to the limit.

There are a bunch of demos here:
CrossFit Exercises
Don't get freaked out by the testoserone overload on some of these videos . But the general advise is excellent.
Muscles don't get bored people do A poor attention span requires seperate treatment.

Seriously, I agree that working at a high intensity can be beneficial, though using heavy weights without good technique can be risky for the joints. There is a time and place for both types of training actually. Starting easy and building up is generally recommended.

Edit: If the problem is loose excess skin then that is one thing. If it's soft undefined arm muscle, that is another. Which is your issue?

Last edited by FutureizNow; 06-04-2011 at 08:12 PM.
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