Having bigger, stronger arms can give you a feeling of confidence. Muscular arms can also convey a sense of athleticism and strength. But there are some important practical benefits to having stronger arms, too.
Anything that requires upper body effort — from picking up your kids to lifting heavy boxes — can be done more easily with stronger arms. In addition to boosting your daily functional fitness, having more muscle mass has the ability to:
1.increase your metabolism — this means your body will burn more calories, even when you’re not exercising
2.increase muscle endurance, strength, and tone
3.lower your chance of injury
The two main muscles in your upper arm are the biceps in the front and the triceps in the back. They’re opposite functioning muscle groups, so they require different types of exercises for strength training.
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