Incredibly Easy Cellulite Exercise

cellulite exercises

Is it possible that exercise can help reduce cellulite? The answer is yes.

The key is to perform the correct exercises.  The only ones that will work to reduce cellulite are exercises specifically targeted to your cellulite prone areas.  It is also necessary that your diet be changed to include a healthy nutritional lifestyle.  Exercise alone is not enough to get rid of cellulite.

It is helpful to understand why you have cellulite.  Contrary to some information, cellulite is just regular fat that looks different because of how it is arranged.

The connective tissues in our bodies divide fat cells into different compartment which look like a honeycomb, the excess fat bulges out and this is what gives you the bumpy look of cellulite.

Cellulite appears when the muscles underneath the cellulite are weak and under toned which causes your skin to get the “cottage cheese” look.

The lumpy areas can be reduced by incorporating the correct exercises to tone the muscles directly below the cellulite.  Cellulite is most common on the lower body but it does sometimes appear on the arms, giving you the flabby arms look.

When you perform these specific cellulite exercises, you will be changing the appearance of the skin by firming up the muscles and changing the distribution of the fat cells.

It is also important to make sure that you drink plenty of water and reduce the sodium in your diet.  Following this advice will help you to lose pounds quickly and get rid of your cellulite.

The best exercises to get rid of cellulite are regular floor exercises that target your lower body which is where cellulite is normally found.  Squats and lunges are excellent for targeting these areas.  Using a stepper or stairs to step up and down will also target this area.

Cellulite exercises should be performed very slowly in order to really work the muscles groups.

One of the very best exercises to get rid of cellulite can be done on your stairs at home.

Stand with both feet on one stair.  Step back with one foot so that the ball of your foot and toes touch the floor and then step back up.  Repeat with the same leg for 15 reps.  Change legs and do another 15 reps.   Do three sets.  Remember to do this as slowly as possible to really work the leg muscles.

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