Arm yourself

Hunter, LaShieka Purvis
April 2005
Essence (Time Inc.);Apr2005, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p80
Deals with the ways to execute several arm exercises. Seated dips; Biceps curls; Overhead triceps extension; Lateral pulls; Elevated push-ups.


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