By Lynda Wallas

Toned Arms & Torso Sequence

This upper body sequence uses your bodies own resistance to tone and tighten the arms, chest, shoulders and back. For best results, you should alternate this sequence  with the video for Toned arms using weights.

Always focus on maintaining form throughout; if you get tired, stop and rest rather than pressing on with a loss of form (as you can do more harm than good). Body-weight exercises for strengthening and toning are recommended for maintaining bone mass in mid-life.

This isn’t a follow along video; it’s a set of moves that you learn and then incorporate into your own exercise regime. Target arms and upper body in short, sharp workouts approximately 3-4 times in 7 days (do the same for legs and mix it up with different activities to keep your body guessing in order to boost your fat burning abilities during this phase of our lives where our metabolisms are slowing down).
Remember, it’s never to late to make a start….

Thanks to the local Williamstown sea breeze (read gale!) for the additional workout required to simply stand up!

Lynda Wallas
Lynda Wallas
About me

I’ve always been interested in health and fitness…. which turned out to be a good thing when fertility treatment in my 30s took a toll on my health, leading to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and early onset menopause. More about Lynda...

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