How to Get Rid of Jigglypuff Arms
Jigglypuff huh? Somebody watched Pokemon growing up. Except I think I was in high school so I was halfway through growing up, childhood-wise anyway. And yes, I still have fond memories of Pokemon and would probably play the Gameboy game again if I found it in a certain childhood suitcase. (Yes, I know exactly where it is. Sad, huh.)
Is it bad that I still have the suitcase I used as a kid? It has a patch on it but I remember my mom putting the patch on before I was a teen.
You know what it actually says? It says that is one well-made suitcase! I used it my entire childhood, still have it (used for storage now), and I’m 32 years old. Only that one patch on it too. What a bag!!
By the way, I know Jigglypuff’s song to put people to sleep too. And I sing it in my Jigglypuff voice.
Yep. Nerd over here.
“And that’s okay!”
So! A show of hands for all those ladies who can wave hello and goodbye with their underarms!
What? It can’t only be me who can do this amazing feat!
And for all the liars out there who won’t admit that they can do it…Here are some ways to get rid of that rotten underarm jiggle!
Those rotten triceps. Always weaker than the biceps, stronger than the shoulders (at least in my case), and never looking as good as either.
I’ve been Jell-o deep in war with my triceps my whole life. And even if I get them nice and taut (HA! As if), they’ll always be marred because of the numerous stretch marks – scars of the ongoing war.
I don’t mind scars though – they’re my battle wounds! Each scar has a story to tell and people should be proud of their scars though I have difficulty when it comes to stretch marks. Unless they’re on my belly. My belly stretch marks really are battle scars – surgery and pregnancy. I’ll wear a bikini and show those off, no problem.
Work it! Get rid of the Jigglypuff Arms! Good luck!
What are you favorite exercises to get fight underarm jiggle?
*DISCLAIMER: I’m not responsible for any injuries incurred while attempting the exercises found on my blog. Always consult your doctor before trying a new exercise and always listen to your body. If you feel pain, stop what you’re doing. Injuries are no fun.*