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My lame excuse for a sore arm (AKA The Importance of Date Night) by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 8:10am Saturday evening my hubby and I secured our fave babysitter and headed out for a date night.  We usually have some fancy schmancy Silent Auction, benefit, wedding, concert, etc. to go to on nights when we go out, but lately we've been trying to go casual and just do whatever.  The past couple of times, we've hit a yummy sushi restaurant and then ... Read on »
Sore Arms by Emy07 Facebook Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 1:23pm As I'm standing here typing/working (yes, I stand to work), my arms are extremely sore, and I know why. I did preacher curls (my favorite) yesterday. I do each arm with 1 dumbbell. It had been 2 weeks since the last time I did them, so I wanted to test my strength. I started with 35 lbs and it felt too easy, so I did 40 lbs. Still a bit easy. I w ... Read on »
New Rotation, Sore Arms, and #Meatless Monday… kinda by ADoctorInTheHouse Posted Tue 27 Nov 2012 5:35am Yesterday was my first day on my new pediatrics rotation.  Peds is a 2 month rotation with one month inpatient work and one month outpatient.  I am starting on the inpatient side which means I will be seeing kids in the hospital for the next month.  On inpatient, you can either be a general hospitalist or you can be on a specialty team.  I was ... Read on »
sore arms ... by Tonia B. Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 7:42am With three kids under age five in the house, things can get pretty messy. I have been trying to get the girls to at least help me clean up their toys. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't. Yesterday, Doodle refused to help. I asked her why. And she responded with this doozy, "I can't clean up. My arms will hurt." Seriously? Lifting up y ... Read on »
100 miles, 6 stops, 3 sticks, one sore arm by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 May 2005 12:00am Today: got up, took a shower, didn't have time to do my hair so I just let it dry. (It now resembles a tumbleweed.) Took DS2 with me up to Phoenix, which was great because I could use the HOV lane and did not get stuck in traffic. At the endo's office, I got stuck 3 times: twice for the blood draw, and once with the Thyrogen ... Read on »
Arm Liposuction Surgery Helps to Attain Toned, Beautiful Upper Arms by parkavenuesmartlipony Posted Fri 22 Mar 2013 9:13am Arm liposuction surgery is very popular these days and many people choose it for removal of excess fat from the upper arms. Arm liposuction helps to attain well-contoured and slim arms that are proportionate to the rest of the body. Who Is the Right Candidate for Arm Liposuction Surgery? The procedure is very suitable if you are ... Read on »
Arm Liposuction Recovery Tips by parkavenuesmartlipony Posted Tue 30 Apr 2013 8:48am Flabby upper arms are commonly seen with increasing age. This can be rather unattractive and make you extremely self conscious. Even though you can get rid of fat with weight training and exercises, it is not possible to tone the skin always with these methods. Arm liposuction provided at leading plastic surgery centers in New York helps to g ... Read on »
Postpartum Weight Loss: Exercises for Flabby Upper Arms by Sara H. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 4:55pm To Sara of Fit by Sara: “Ever since having my first child I’ve had flabby upper arms that jiggle with the slightest movement.  I really hate it! Is there any exercises I can do to get rid of the flab?” From Fit by Sara: “There many exercises you can do to firm the muscles of the upper arms, however one key element is to recognize that you w ... Read on »
Expert Q and A: What are the best ways to tone the arms and upper body? by My Yoga Online Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 4:16pm Question: What are the best ways to tone the arms and upper body? Answer:  The most effective way to "tone" the arms and upper body are to placing upper body joints/muscles in weight bearing poses.  This weight bearing should keep in mind the lines of gravity so that you are working effectively and efficiently aga ... Read on »
Reps and Exercises for the Upper Arms by James C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 9:43am I recently did the behind neck cable curl, and I must say it is a unique yet great bicep exercise that I will include in my bicep workouts. But my question to you: is it better to go light or slightly heavy? Keep in mind I am an advanced lifter. -D My Answer: It's always good to use a wide variety of reps, but the most important ... Read on »