It’s going to take 6 to 8 weeks of consistent training plus a high protein diet to start increasing the muscle mass in your arms. In the meantime, use these five wardrobe changes to make the most of what you’ve already got.
Sleeve notes part 1
For a T-shirt to fit correctly, you’re looking for the sartorial equivalent of the Goldilocks zone: not too loose but not too tight, either. David Beckham, perhaps the king of white T-shirt wearers ably demonstrates here. A skin-tight gym T-shirt is fine if you’ve got triceps like Chris Hemsworth but until then you want one that fits well and leaves just enough room to move. If you can fit more than two fingers inside the sleeve then it’s too loose. Consider trying the next size down.
Sleeve notes part 2
Where your sleeve finishes on your arm is also important. You want a T-shirt that ends just above your bicep’s mid-point, roughly in line with your chest. A sleeve that finishes much