Strong legs and pumped buttocks in ladies are indicators of a beautiful and healthy body. In order to wear dresses with an open neckline and to hold the head high, you need to pump not only your legs, but your back and shoulder muscle. Perfect forms of Michelle Obama or Jessica Biel’s biceps and deltas are an example of how wonderful outfits look on proportional figures.

There are other reasons that stimulate the selection of a set of exercises for pumping your back on a regular basis and do body modeling: strong muscles keep the shoulders unfolded, straighten the posture, so that the person seems taller, and the figure looks slimmer. The proposed 8-minute workout for training upper-body muscles includes safe exercises that can correct your posture problems. All exercises are really effective and will tone your upper-body muscle. You do not need to go to the gym, you can easily perform this workout anywhere you want.

If you see that it becomes too easy for you, you can increase the number of repetitions or repeat the workout after one or two minutes. Do not forget that you need to exercise regularly, at least two times a week to achieve the desired results. Put on your sports clothes and start performing the following exercises:

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#1. Push-Ups

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#2. Russian Twist

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#3. Side Plank Twist

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#4. Plank Knee To Elbow

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#5.Glute Bridge with Triceps Extension

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