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Tighter firmer arms are a product of low body fat and some level of muscle hypertrophy. I would suggest first take a look at your body fat as a whole. If you feel like you need to reduce a little then simply begin a smart eating and exercise program. If you are pretty lean then you simply need to grow the musculature of your arms. This means a smart training program. Both can be accomplished with some simple diligence and consistency.
Will make this extremely simple and then would suggest that you look at some of the other posts on this question or seek the best exercises for you and your enjoyment.
Toning your arms comes down to 2 very basic things.
The exercises can vary but any sort of building of muscle will result in the increased shape to the arm and when you get leaner the definition will look better and so will the shape. The only thing that you cannot control which will change the way the arm works is the skin and its elasticity
This question is often presented and the answer is not always the easiest. Unfortunately, spot training does not exist. You will be able to lose weight in certain areas very easily and other areas are very difficult, i.e. your arms. What you need to focus on is strengthening your entire body and eating balanced and nutritional meals. If you are able to complete both of these items then do not worry, your arms will get tighter and firmer but be patient these things take time.
As a trainer you here this question often, and the answer always surprises my clients. A first thought to this would be add more arm exercises but this is not entirely correct. Individuals focusing on total body workouts will get results faster. In truth there is no magic exercise or cure. Although just focusing on your arms will gain lean muscle in that area, it limits the caloric burn. Focusing on a balanced program will burn more calories and lean body mass everywhere. The more lean body mass you have the more calories you burn on a daily basis. The end result is leaner arms quicker than just focusing on arm exercises