If leaner arms are on your wishlist , first focus on reducing your stress level and addressing some of the other previously mentioned mistakes (Some helpful resources are listed below.). I’m confident that you will see a reduction in your arm flab, but if you're still not happy with your results, talk to your doctor about the best strategy for your body and lifestyle. Useful Tools to Ditch Arm Flab for Good:
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