Bathtub Tricep Dips
The tricep is the long muscle that runs along the back side of your upper arms, from the shoulder to the elbow. In much the same way as our bathroom sink push-up uses body weight as resistance, this tricep dip tones your arms a bit more gently than if you were to do them from the ground. Do enough of these, and you can kiss your bingo-wings goodbye.
Squat down with your back to the front edge of your tub. Place both hands on the tub, shoulder-width apart, and your feet out in front of you. Bend your knees 90 degrees. Now lift your butt off the ground. Straighten both arms, keeping tension in your triceps. You should not feel tension in your elbows. Keeping your back close to the tub, lower your arms until your elbows are 90 degrees. Straighten your arms once again. For less resistance, don’t drop down as far.