Classic push-ups work your chest, shoulders, and triceps. They build arm strength and tone. Starting with knee-ups might help if normal push-ups are too difficult.
Use a solid chair, bench, or parallel bars. Lower your torso and bend your elbows while sitting on the edge with your hands behind you and fingers pointing ahead.
Bicep curls work front arms. Perform them with dumbbells or resistance bands. With your arms outstretched and palms facing front
Exercises your shoulders and upper arms. Hold dumbbells at shoulder level with palms facing ahead and push them up until arms are fully extended.
Side deltoids are isolated via lateral rises. Hold dumbbells at your sides, palms facing you, and raise your arms to shoulder height.
The plank develops your core and arms. From a plank, raise one arm and stretch it forward, then alternate arms.
This workout works upper back and rear deltoids. Hold a resistance band in front of you with both hands outstretched.