Up in Arms\\nSix easy exercises to get your guns in tip-top shape\\n1\\\\. Stand straight, chin up, knees slightly bent. Hold a weight in each hand in line with your ears, at shoulder height.\\n1\\\\. Press weights toward ceiling, extending arms overhead without locking elbows. Lower weights to starting position. Fitness note: For maximum energy, exhale through your mouth when you lift a weight; inhale as you lower it to the starting position.\\n1\\\\. Stand straight, with shoulders back. Hold a weight in each hand with arms extended down by sides. Palms should face forward.\\n1\\\\. Bring weights up until they’re parallel with shoulders (keep shoulders down). Lower weights to starting position.\\n1\\\\. Lean torso forward, knees bent. Hold a weight in each hand, elbows bent and slightly back. Keep upper arms parallel to floor.\\n1\\\\. Straighten arms out behind you, keeping wrists straight. Return weights to the starting position.\\n1\\\\. Stand on tubing and grasp handles. Lean forward. Keep knees bent, shoulders neutral, and back slightly arched. Extend chest out.\\n1\\\\. Still grasping handles, squeeze shoulder blades together, pulling elbows toward the ceiling. Return to starting position.\\n1\\\\. Stand with one foot on tubing, the other slightly forward. Grasp handles behind head, with knees bent. Keep arms close to head.\\n1\\\\. Extend elbows up, keeping wrists straight. Elbows should remain close to your head. Return to starting position.\\n1\\\\. Start in a push-up position, with arms straight and gliders touching. Keep your face forward. (Knees can be bent to make it easier.)\\n1\\\\. Slide, or push, hands to the side in a swift movement; lower torso as you bend elbows. Straighten elbows; return to starting position.