Getting rid of cellulite on back of thighs is doable and highly probable with the proper diet and exercise. Legs, no matter how shapely can be utterly ugly when viewed as lumpy and unsightly more so when seen from behind. It’s scary to even think what people might be saying behind your back. Cellulite is something that every woman has to deal with at some point in their lives whether they are fat or skinny. Any woman can learn how to get rid of cellulite on back thighs! It’s not hard, but need persistence. You still can expect to get rid of your cellulite less than 60 days, I highly recommend to take a look The Truth about Cellulite method (a. k. a Naked Beauty) by Joey Atlas.
The fact of the matter is that cellulite caused by poor blood circulation, which results in the damage of the connective tissues beneath the skin. With poor circulation of blood, free radicals build up in the tissues underneath the skin thereby causing thick fibers to grow in all the wrong places.
Hamstring exercises are a proven and effective way one can reduce cellulite on back of thighs. Results can be maximized by having three to four sessions of hamstring strength training a week. Any or all of the following exercises can contribute to the ultimate reduction and prevention of cellulite on back of thighs and can be done in the comfort of your homes if you don’t feel like going to the gym. Make it a part of your day while brushing your teeth, talking on the phone or doing the laundry.
Doing squats on a regular basis will result in reduction of cellulite on back of thighs with the added bonus of getting a toned butt.
1. Stand straight with feet about shoulder-width apart. Arms on the side or you can stretch forward
2. Keep posture upright while slowly lowering the buttocks several inches down.
3. Slowly stand up.
4. Do three sets of about 20 squats
Doing Plies helps tone the inner and outer thighs. This is one of the exercises done by ballerinas. It is no wonder they have perfectly toned and lean legs.
1. If you have balance issues, hold the back of a chair or a bar much like a ballerina doing their exercise.
2. Stand straight with feet about shoulder-width apart.
3. Take a small step out with each foot and turn your feet out like a duck.
4. Gently lower the body about 6 inches and raise slowly back up.
5. Do three sets of 30 repetitions
It works for the entire leg region with focus on the quadriceps and the hamstrings.
1. Stand straight with feet about shoulder-width apart. Arms on the hips.
2. Take a step forward with your right foot and lower the body straight down forming a right angle at the knee.
3. Slowly raise yourself up.
4. Do three sets of 30 repetitions for each leg.