Many new moms may find it difficult to find time to go to the gym after having a baby. It may simply be more convenient to exercise at home in the long run. The only disadvantage is that you might not have all of that expensive gym equipment at home. Strength training is a vital aspect of getting back in shape after having a baby, so we’ll go through several arm workouts you can do without weights to get those arms back in shape. Before we begin, there are a few things to consider. Before commencing any workout plan, please make sure you have your doctor’s permission to do so. Second, always warm up your body before starting a workout. I recommend doing gentle cardio and stretching for 5-10 minutes.
Jumping jacks, light jogging or marching on the spot, stair climbing, jump rope (you don’t need a real jump rope for this; just pretend), and so on are all good cardio exercises.
Do a few huge arm circles backwards and forwards to warm up your arms. Stretch your biceps by clasping your hands behind your back and raising your arms as high as you can until you feel a comfortable stretch. Hold your right arm close against your chest until you feel a stretch in your shoulder, then repeat with the other arm.
Pull your right arm up beside your right ear and bend it back behind you, keeping your elbow from drifting forward away from your ear; hold. Carry out the same motion with your left arm. You should be fine to go at this point! You can use Resistance Bands for perfect exercising.