If you really want to eliminate cellulite from your thighs this summer then the only way you are going to achieve this is through exercise.
Many of you will be going to the gym and working out and seeing no results. You have been shown the exercises by your personal trainer and as far as you can see the problem are only getting worse.
It’s not your fault that you have been shown the wrong exercises and today I am going to share with you an exercise that can really help to get rid of that cottage cheese looking skin.
You need to strengthen and stretch the fibres between your muscles to build a solid platform to stop those fatty lumps pushing through and making your skin look bumpy, but you need a certain type of exercise.
You have probably been told to do leg extensions, bar squats and hamstring curls instead of synergistic muscle layer stimulation exercises. You probably know cellulite is simply body fat that has lost its grip between the muscles and the fibres and they are weak. This untrained tissues below our skin then causes the skin to pucker and we get those very unattractive lumps and bumps. Using synergistic muscle layer stimulation exercises will help to reattach and stretch the affected skin areas and this will results in an effective cellulite elimination treatment.
By working these muscles in a special way you will strengthen the fibres and those fatty deposits will no longer be able to push through resulting in smooth and toned skin.
So what sort of cellulite busting exercises are these?
One of the exercises is called a Bilateral Touch-Down
Firstly you need to be standing up for this.
• Take a step forward
• Lower your body until you feel comfortable
• Touch your hands on your shin just below your knee
• Then slowly pull yourself up back into the standing position
• Then walk forward again with the other leg and repeat
• Do 10 reps each side.
Make sure your knees don’t go forward over your toes and keep your foot flat on the ground.
If you find this too easy then again walk forward but this time, try and touch the floor in front of your foot. As your legs get stronger you will be able to put your hands flat on the floor, but if you can just manage to touch the floor with your finger tips that fine.