This 30-minute Bicep and Tricep workout is fun, challenging and great for building strength and conditioning! All you need is a a set of dumbbells or other weighted objets and you’re set. Get ready to sweat!
30 Minute Bicep and Tricep Workout
Looking to start a new workout routine at home or at the gym for the new year? This Bicep and Tricep Workout is fun and challenging for building strength whether you’re a beginner or have been working out for a while.
I have always been extremely passionate about fitness and have been practicing yoga and running for almost 15 years but my friends and family know that I have always lacked strength.
4 years ago, I started incorporating weight-lifting into my workouts and slowly but surely I am starting to see results. This definitely does not make me a fitness expert in any way but I thought it would be fun to share what workouts have been working for me.
We are planning to add a great selection of killer workouts from functional fitness to strength training so be on the lookout for those if you are also looking for ideas or ways to switch up your workout routine.
Do your own warm-up or complete this before starting the workout.
Complete 2 rounds:
- 5 minute jog in place
- 10 jumping jacks
Complete 3 rounds of each set:
Circuit 1 – Activation – Biceps
- Plank Walkouts – 10
- Bicep Curls – 12
- Hammer Curls
Circuit 2 – Sculpting Circuit 0 Triceps
- Tricep Kickbacks – 12
- Overhead Tricep Extensions – 12
- Tricep Dips
- Skullcrushers – 12
Circuit 3 – Finishing Circuit
- Mountain climbers – 50
If you want to switch it up, try jumping jacks or running on the spot instead of mountain climbers.
Bicep and Tricep Workout Tips
- Suggested weight: I used 15 lbs for this workout, which was hard but doable.
- Choose weights that are challenging for you. You should be abe to complete the work in one quick set without rest but the last two reps should feel tough.
- You should be getting roughly 1-minute of rest per round.
- Feeling like a more challenging workout? Add another round bringing it to 4 total rounds.
No dumbbells? No problem! You can use kettle balls or other heavy items in your house such as laundry detergent jugs or water jugs.