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This is a toned upper body workout for women. It will help you tone your arms and upper body without adding unwanted bulkiness.

I recently got a medicine ball so I have been trying out some fun new exercises with it :) To do this workout at home you’ll need a medicine ball, resistance band and a yoga matt.

Good luck xx

WATCH THE TONED UPPER BODY WORKOUT FOR WOMEN VIDEO 

HOW TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT

Do each exercise for 45 seconds without any rest, and complete 3-5 rounds.

Let me know if you have any workout video requests! xx

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THE EXERCISES

1. HIGH PLANK WITH BALL

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2. CHEST PRESS WITH BALL

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3. ONE ARM SHOULDER PRESS

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4. T BACK EXTENSION

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If you liked this workout, check out my blog for more! Or follow me on Instagram, I publish new workouts every week ;)

Love Rachael xx

Rachael is an Australian born certified personal trainer and nutritionist who holds a Bachelor degree in Science.

After struggling for years to find an exercise and diet program that is tailored to women striving for lean and toned body with no bulk she designed her Lean Legs Program. This program is tailored to each body type and focused on helping women get toned but feminine bodies, without getting bulky.

Her mission is to empower women and help them stay in shape in a healthy and balanced way.

6 Responses

  1. Hi team – I tried this workout as part of my gym routine today (quite a challenge, I felt exhausted after 3 circuits and had to push myself to get through a 4th) and I had couple of questions.

    1- Will losing some of the muscle mass on my arms result in “bingo wings”? I started weight training on the basis that I have always struggled to lose fat and figured I may as well be strong and solid since I would never be slender and waif-like. It really helped “fill out” the saggy flesh of my upper arms, but if I now try to reduce muscle mass on my biceps/triceps, is there a chance my upper arms will go back to looking flabby again? My body fat % is around 25%.

    2- I’m actually looking to preserve my broad shoulders as they are as I actually quite like the shape and I feel they offset my wide hips/pelvis (I am extremely pear shaped, even in terms of bone structure, and have a 26cm difference between my waist and hips, even though my hip bones stick out and I have some excess fat on my middle). What variations/additions would you recommend for this routine if I want to maintain my shoulder muscles but thin down my upper arms?

    Many thanks! :)

    1. Hi lovely,

      If you continue doing light resistance exercises and combine it with light-intensity cardio, it could help slim down your arms but still keep them toned and not ‘flabby’. :) If you want, you can also incorporate this workout into your routine to maintain your shoulder muscles but at the same time, lean down your arms.

      LEAN ARMS WORKOUTS

      If you have more questions, feel free to email us at info@rachaelattard.com

      Love,
      Len

  2. Hi Rachael,
    I have no idea how else to get in touch with you as I don’t have social media. (Gasp!!) :) I purchased your guide quite some time ago, but had my phone stolen and obviously no longer have access to your program. Is there any way I can get you to please send it through to me again? Thank you :)

    1. Hey lovely,

      I am sorry to hear that your phone was stolen!

      We’ve changed our delivery system since the time when you bought the ebook, so could you please send the email to info@rachaelattard.com with the information what email did you use to purchase it, or send the screenshot of the purchase confirmation email?

      It would help a lot with finding you in our system and giving you the access to the Program again! :)

      Love,
      Ana

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