I ordered the arm-slimming and defatting exercise and diet plan that is called “Sleeveless in Seven”. It’s a short ebook style program that tells you how to get smaller, more muscular arms. I had it with my arms.
I went out with my husband for St. Patricks day. We had a great time, eating our low carb dinner of chicken wings (we had been low carbing it for a while, with no real big weight loss), and having a few brews.
Then we all had a bit too much to drink and the camera phones came out. Multiple pictures were taken. I’m not gonna lie. Looking at my arms in these pictures (I had a baby doll tshirt on that night) made me want to do something about them the moment I saw the pictures.
I’ll admit it. I was motivated by pure ego and vanity. My arms have never been small. Even when I’ve been skinny, my arms still maintain a lot of fat on the upper arm area. It’s always been a source of insecurity for me. They just always look “big”.
I always admired those girls with sculpted, skinny arms that looked muscular and yet not manly or too bulky. That’s exactly how I wanted my arms to look – strong, and with not a lot of excess fat on the upper arm area.
But it just never worked out that way for me. So I ordered the Sleeveless in Seven arm sculpting program that promises to help you slim down and tone up your flabby arms. It comes with a very easy to follow diet plan as well that I have to say I’m having no trouble following because it’s flexible and has foods in it that I happen to really enjoy anyway.
I’m already starting to see results. My husband says he can see biceps on me now, and my arms are shrinking a bit after almost two weeks of doing the weekly exercises twice a week and following the diet plan.
I’ll keep y’all posted on my progress on my flabby arms!