We shouldn’t be afraid by the snowy weather in March, because summer is still around the corner. And if you haven’t workout your body yet, you still have time to look attractive in your favorite sleeveless dress.

I took a sneak-a-peak in The Hollywood Trainer Club for some exercises to tone the biceps, triceps, shoulders and back…and guess what? I got the following list of some dumbbell exercises perfect to get that summer hands we are all craving for.

Whether you want to try these exercises at the gym or at home, the result will be the same. You must do 3 sets of each move, and do be surprised if, after a few weeks, you will stare only at sleeveless clothes.

How it works: Choose a pair of light- to medium-weight dumbbells and perform the indicated number of reps of each exercise. Once you’re finished, repeat the whole circuit for a total of 2-3 sets.

1. Push-Up to Side Plank

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A. Start in high plank.
B. Do a push-up.
C. Lift right arm toward the ceiling, rotate torso to the right, and roll onto the outside of the left foot for a side plank.
D. Return to start, then repeat on the other side for 1 rep.
Do 6 reps.

2. Bent-Elbow Row

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A. Start in a lunge with the left leg forward, torso hinged forward at a 45-degree angle, holding dumbbells by knees.
B. Raise dumbbells to sides of chest with elbows wide.
C. Return to start.
Do 25 reps.

3. Rotating Overhead Press

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A. Start with dumbbells racked at chest height, palms facing chest.
B. Press dumbbells straight overhead, opening elbows wide and rotating palms to face forward.
C. Reverse motion to return to start.
Do 16 reps.

4. Front and Side Shoulder Raise

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A. Start holding dumbbells by sides, with feet hip-width apart and knees slightly bent.
B. Raise straight arms forward, palms facing down, until they are parallel to the ground.
C. Return to start.
D. Raise straight arms out to the sides, palms facing down, until they are parallel to the ground.
E. Return to start.
Do 8-10 reps in each direction.

5. Triceps Press Back

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A. Start holding dumbbells behind back with straight arms, palms facing backward.
B. Lift arms straight backward as far as is comfortable.
C. Return to start.
Do 15 to 25 reps.

6. Single-Arm Jab

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A. Start in a staggered stance, left foot in front, holding dumbbells in boxing-ready position in front of chest.
B. Punch left arm forward, then quickly snap it back to return to start.
C. Do 25 reps. Switch stance so right foot is in front. Repeat with right arm.
Do 25 reps on each side.

7. Biceps Curl to Shoulder Press Combo

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A. Start holding dumbbells by sides, palms facing forward.
B. Curl dumbbells up to shoulders.
C. Rotate palms to face forward, opening elbows wide, and press dumbbells overhead.
D. Reverse movement to return to start.
Do 15-25 reps.

8. Upright Row

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A. Start holding dumbbells in front of thighs, palms facing thighs.
B. Drive elbows up to raise dumbbells to chest.
Return to start.
Do 25 reps.

9. Triceps Kickback

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A. Start in a lunge with left leg forward, holding dumbbells up next to chest with palms facing in.
B. Squeeze triceps to straighten arms.
C. Return to start.
Do 25 reps.

10. Rotating Reach

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A. Start holding dumbbells in front of thighs, palms facing forward. Curl them halfway up, so forearms are parallel to the floor to start.
B. Rotate arms to bring dumbbells out to sides.
C. Straighten arms to lift dumbbells up to shoulder height, palms still facing up.
D. Reverse the movment to return to start.
Do 15-20 reps.

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