In home exercises for cellulite
Similar to the info about working out at the gym, anything that gets you moving and breathing hard is a good thing. This is also true when you are at home. Find a workout routine that works for you and do it right there in your living room.
If you have a pool, try doing jumping jacks in deeper water for 2 minutes. It is harder than it sounds. Or as you watch TV, do 30 leg raises where you grab the edge of the couch and lift your leg up behind you. It gets hard after 20 or so.
Or if you are feeling flexible, get down on your hands and knees like a dog. Try not to lose your balance as you raise one foot into the air behind, trying to push it toward the ceiling. Switch and do the other foot. Do 15-20 with each leg. You will feel it.
Foam roller exercises for cellulite
The use of foam rollers have gained a lot of popularity recently when it comes to getting rid of cellulite. For those that haven’t seen one, the are thick pieces of rigid foam that come in a round, tubular shape. They are inexpensive and lightweight.
The exercises below help to massage the affected ares which helps to break up the interwoven fibers in that connective tissue. The gentle massage also improves circulation to the area. Those with sensitive skin or muscles may be asking themselves, can foam rolling exercises help with painful cellulite? The answer is a resounding yes.
If you perform these foam roller exercises for just 20 minutes a day, you should start to see results in no time.
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Reformer exercises to reduce cellulite
Maybe you do Pilates and work-out using one of their sleek and efficient Reformer machines. These provide great, low-impact and gentle resistance allowing for stretching and muscle toning at the same time.
I found this information online from Lauren Welks - and letstalkcellulite.com
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