Getting rid of cellulites should be included during “spring cleaning” because summer is just around the corner! It is the time of the year that you will stow away the winter clothes at the bottom of the dresser and say hello to bikinis and bathing suits. But are you ready to show off your swag? Well, you can stop cellulite with these set of interval exercises! This type of exercise that is done three times a week, according to fitness experts, can tone muscle tissues to iron the cellulite off the legs and butt.
But before anything else, let’s discuss what cellulite is. Cellulites are the areas in your skin usually found on thighs and legs that appears lumpy and dimpled. The causes of cellulite range from hormonal factors, genetics, lifestyle, and diet. Based from these causes, preventing cellulites from forming would mean eating healthy, maintaining a healthy weight and exercising on regular basis.
While there are therapies and medical procedures to reduce cellulite, doing exercises first that will target the areas with cellulite is a healthier option right? Combine it with proper diet; you will surely achieve your goal right away. If you are finding it difficult to say no to binge eating, try taking the SlimLife 3-in-1 Eliminator that contains revolutionary ingredients to suppress your appetite while offering other health benefits!
You will need a set of weights, a step ladder/stairs, and a resistance band. Start the strength routine to target lower body and followed with the following set of exercise in sequence.
1. Reverse Lunge
Hold a medium-weight dumbbell in each hand and stand with feet hip-width apart and arms at sides. Step one foot forward and bend both knees in 90 degrees and hold for one count. Start at position and repeat up to 12 to 15 counts then switch legs.
2. Romanian Deadlift
While still holding dumbbells, place your hand in front with palms facing the body. Stand with feet hip-width apart and knees slightly bent, slowly bend forward and hold for one count by driving glutes behind you while keeping knees slightly bent. Start again at standing position and repeat for 8 to 10.
3. Standing Calf Raise
Get a step ladder or on a stair, step with heels of both feet hanging over edge and slowly tiptoe for 1 count, then lower feet. Repeat 8 to 10 reps. You can also do this one leg at a time.
4. Side Step with Band
Using a resistance band, tie it around the shins and stand with feet wide enough to set tension in the band about 45 degrees. Take 12 to 15 steps by moving one foot forward followed by the other foot. Switch directions. (Then repeat the sequence until 30 Minutes is up)