You inspire me by having already lost 100 pounds. That was not easy! Congratulations! Don't lose sight of that challenge you already met!
Yes, you can gain results in toning flabby upper arms by doing exercises to target that area. Lifting weights especially for triceps and biceps 3-4 times a week along with other exercise for overall toning on other parts of the body will eventually tone them so they are less flabby. I cannot speak to the overall size.
If you have not lift weights in the past, search SP websites for upper body weight lifting examples on videos. Start with light weights and do about 2 sets of 20 repetitions for both triceps and biceps. Add lateral (arm) raises for shoulders and upper arms.
Become a student of major muscle groups and exercises for them. Get moving through walking, biking, jogging, dancing, hiking, swimming, snow or water skiing, or whatever you want, just get your body moving to get your heart rate up. Work up to 30 minutes 4 times weekly, then add on to that as you become stronger. If you've not done this in the past, start with 10 minute walks.
As you continue to lose weight overall, you will lose some fat in your arms. That will not help with toning. That will take targeted exercises. Get all the help you need. Ask questions, read, and be resourceful.
Focus on what you have accomplished, and keep moving forward.
I am 55 years old and have been exercising regularly for 40 years. lt was the one of the top smartest things I have ever done. Go for it!!
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