There is a misconception that cellulite can not be solved. But with diet regulation and regular exercise – it is possible
Did you know that studies have shown that 98 percent of women have cellulite, even in the mildest form. But it is interesting that the amount of cellulite has nothing to do with the excess kilograms because also skinny girls can have it. Cellulite is a problem for almost every girl, especially at the bottom.
There is a misconception that it is not impossible to get rid of it and that is why many of us have tried famous method – just do not look the part of the body and pretend that it does not exist! And that’s ok, but if you decide that this time you will “surface” your thighs, know that this is not possible. However, with hard work and effort – but you know that beauty hurts.
Hard work involves regular exercise, also three to four times a week with regulation of nutrition.
Why’s worth a try? While there are many theories about what causes cellulite, for one thing there is no doubt – Cellulite is fat. Therefore, no matter if you’re skinny when under your skin begins to precipitate fat, after a certain time it becomes visible. In most women cases cellulite becomes visible first on the butt and back of the thighs.However, the fat can be deposited on other parts of the body, and if they settle so much that they results to cellulite.
As the fat cells are expanding, the cellulite is more visible. Therefore, get rid of fat forever and say goodbye to cellulite.In order to help you in the fight against cellulite, here are some exercises that are key to the perfect body, especially the butt and thighs.
1. SINGLE-LEG HIP RAISE
Lie on the back with your left knee bent and your right leg straight. Your right leg should be in line with your left thigh. Now try to make your stomach as skinny as possible, stretch your arms and hold it that way as long as you can.
Squeeze your glutes and raise your hips until your body forms a straight line from your shoulders to your knees. Your left leg should stay bent the entire time. Pause for 2 seconds, as you keep your tummy tight and continue to squeeze your glutes. Then lower back to the starting position and repeat. It is important your torso and hips should move as one unit, since the butt muscles are working. Then, do the same movement, but with other leg lifted in the air.
If the exercise is too hard, make your effort easier with lifting your hips and torso with both bent legs.
If the exercise is too easy,put cross your arms over your chest instead of bracing them against the floor.
2. REVERSE LUNGE
Grab a pair of dumbbells and hold them at arm’s length next to your sides. Don’t put them to close to you, leave small spac22e. Your palms should faci each other, meaning face your body.
In the second part of the exercise start with step forward with your right leg, and lower your body until your left knee is bent at least 90 degrees and your right knee nearly touches the floor. Push yourself back to the starting position by pressing into the floor with your left heel. Repeat the exercise few times and then repeat with your other leg. If the exercise is difficult for you, do it without dumbbells.
First part is similar to previous exercise. Grab a pair of dumbbells and hold them at arm’s length at your sides. Stand in front of a bench or step that’s about knee-height, and place your left foot firmly on the step.
Press your left heel into the step and push your body up until your left leg is straight and you’re standing on one leg on the bench, keeping your right foot elevated. Lower your body back down until your right foot touches the floor. That’s one repetition. Do all your reps with your left leg, then do the same number with your right leg.
If the exercise is too hard, try the exercise without dumbbells.
You can try the same exercise, differently. Stand sideways, with your right leg next to step. Now perform a stepup. Focus on really pressing your left heel into the step to push yourself up.
4. THE BEST EXERCISE FOR YOUR BUTT
Grab a pair of dumbbells with an overhand grip, and hold them at arm’s length in front your thighs. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and knees slightly bent. Without changing the angle of your knees, bend at your hips (keep your lower back arched), and lower your torso until it’s almost parallel to the floor. Pause, then squeeze your glutes, thrust your hips forward, and raise your torso back to the start.
If you want to make it harder, perform the exercise while balancing one leg. Do all your reps, then repeat with your other leg.