56 Bodyweight exercises you can do anywhere
Whether you’re doing dips on a chair or a dip station they are a very effective bodyweight exercise to train your triceps and shoulders.
Keep your torso as close to the chair as possible and don’t let your elbows flare out to the sides – point them directly behind you. The further you stretch your legs forward, the more challenging the exercise (because you have to push more of your weight up). You’re definitely gonna feel the burn at the back of your arms!Sculpted Arms at Home: No Equipment Upper Body Workout
35. Back extensions
Lie face down on the ground. Bend your elbows at 90 degrees, thumbs pointing up. Lift your upper body up by squeezing your shoulder blades together. For added tension, lift your legs and squeeze your glutes as well.
36. Kipping handstand push-ups
This is quite an advanced bodyweight exercise but if that’s getting too easy, you can always move on to strict handstand push-ups.
Start on with your hands extended and leaned against a wall. Slowly lower yourself down until your head touches the ground.
Elbows move forward while descending. Flex your legs into a tucked position and then rapidly extend your your hips and legs. Using that motion, press with your arms.
37. Handstand hold
Handstand holds are a very effective way to build up your strenght for handstand push-ups or any pressing exercise for that matter.
38. Shoulder taps
Yet another exercise starting with plank position and yet another time I will remind you to keep your core tight. From there on it’s pretty straightforward – you just tap your shoulders with the opposite hand. Don’t let your shoulders or hips sag!