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Kiss The Dimples Goodbye!

 

Almost 90% of women struggle with cellulite. Mostly, it is caused by factors such as unbalanced hormones, genetics, poor diet, and a lack of exercise. But instead of throwing your money away on expensive products or treatments, you better try our anti-cellulite-workout routine! It increases fat burning and is designed to particularly target the trouble zones, such as buns, thighs, hips, legs, and lower belly.

 

 

Cellulite is the term for fat that pushes against the skin. Therefore, it’s quite easy, the less fat you have, the less pushing there is—and the less visible your cellulite will be.

 

Thus, the best way to get rid of cellulite is to do a workout including BOTH, fat-burning and muscle building exercises:

 

High-Intensity Interval training (HIIT)
It involves varying the intensity of your activity and is a great way to burn body fat. It keeps your metabolism high while you're working out but also afterwards, so you burn fat even at rest.

 

Strength training
Firming your muscles will help smooth the skin's appearance. Focus on strength-training moves that build up the hamstrings, quads, buttocks, and hips.

 

Anti-Cellulite-Workout-Routine

Step 1: HIIT Warm up with 2 minutes of moderate running, cycling, or rope jumping. Increase intensity for 9 minutes (your heart should be pumping). Then lower the intensity, and cool down for 2 minutes.
–   Beginner Routine: Repeat the whole sequence once
–   Advanced Routine: Repeat the whole sequence twice

 

Step 2: Strength Do one set of 10 to 13 repetitions of each of the following exercises. Make sure using a heavy enough weight to fatigue the muscles (When you can easily complete 13 reps, increase the weight slightly).

 

These are the most effective lower-body exercises:

 

Split Squats:

Starting position: Find an about 10 inch (25 cm) high, 12 inch (30 cm) wide platform and stand on it.
–    Jump up and land on the floor.
–    Drop to a squat position.
–    Jump up and land on the platform.
–    Repeat this process as often as mentioned on your workout routine.

Sumo Jump Squats:

Starting position: Standing with your feet placed more than shoulder width and your toes pointing out slightly. Throughout the exercise you have to keep your head up and maintain a straight back.
–    Lower your upper body by bending your knees and hips. Keep your hands together in front of your body.
–    Continue until the angle between upper leg and calve becomes slightly less than 90 degrees Now, your hands should touch the floor.
–    Jump up as high as you can and land in the starting position.
–    Repeat this process as often as mentioned on your workout routine.

Barbell Squats:

Starting position: Set the bar on a rack to just below your shoulder level. Once you’ve chosen the correct height, step under the bar and correctly place the barbell on your back. Step away from the rack and place your feet in a medium shoulder width stance with your toes slightly pointing outwards. Look straight ahead and also maintain a straight back.
–    Never let your knees protrude over your toes and keep your heels on the floor.
–    Begin by slowly bending your knees and hip. Continue going down until the angle between the upper leg and the calves becomes less than 90 degrees.
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

Barbell Step Ups:

Starting position: Place a barbell on the back of your shoulders. Stand upright and behind a flat bench or any other obstacle which isn’t too high to step upon.
–    Place your left foot on the flat bench and let your right foot slowly coming along to place it next to your left foot.
–    Step down with the right foot and place your left foot again next to the right foot. (starting position)
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

Dumbbell Lunges:

Starting position: Stand up with your torso upright and take a dumbbell on each hand.
–    Step forward with one leg until your shin and your thigh contain a 90 degree angle (inhale during this motion).
–    Make sure that your knee does not move beyond your toes!
–    Use your heels to push yourself up to the starting position (Exhale during this motion).
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine.

Inner Thigh Machine:

Starting position: Sit down on the machine and select weights you are comfortable with. Place your legs on the leg pads, grip the handle and sit upright.
–    Slowly press against the weight with your legs to move them together, as close as possible. (Don’t forget to breathe correctly)
–    Hold the tension for a second and move your legs slowly back to the starting position.
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

Outer Thigh Machine:

Starting position: Sit down on the machine and select weights you are comfortable with. Place your legs on the leg pads, grip the handle and sit upright.
–    Slowly press against the weight of the machine with your legs to move them away from each other. (Don’t forget to breathe correctly)
–    Hold the tension for a second and move your legs slowly back to the starting position.
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

 

Do this workout three times per week, watch your diet, boost your blood circulation (therefore, see beauty and food news) and within a few weeks, you can watch those ripples disappear!