Exercises Against Cellulite
Cellulite, the most feared enemy of women, occurs in most women and do not take into account the weight or age. Back exercises is a challenge because they are quite difficult and muscles work both buttocks and leg muscles. To get rid of cellulite on the buttocks and strengthen the muscles in this area, here are some simple exercises against cellulite:
Lunges are one of the most common exercises to work out your buttocks. Stand straight with hands on hips and feet slightly apart. Stretch your right leg forward and step on the entire foot. Dips slightly with your left leg until it touches the floor and then return to its original position. Perform 3 sets of 15 exercises each, then change leg.
Tip 1: The back should remain straight and bust to be perpendicular to the ground.
Tip 2: For a complex exercise, use weights.
2. Clamshell Exercise
Sit on one side, on the floor. Your basin in front, supporting yourself on the elbows, bend your knees slightly. Raise basin and buttocks, put your other hand on hip and hold ankles together. Spread your legs and hold on for a few seconds, then return to starting position. You immediately feel your muscles working. Perform 3 sets of 10 exercises and then change position, turning up on the other side of the body.
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3. Single Leg Squat
Stand up with your back straight and hands in defensive position. Raise your right leg at 30 degrees and try to slowly lower with your bottom to the floor. Return slowly to the starting position. Perform 3 sets of 8-10 exercises, then change leg. This exercise is quite difficult and requires keeping the balance but it is very effective.
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Tip: if you fail to keep your balance, use a post or a wall to lean a hand.
4. Hydrant Exercise
Get on your knees and lean with both hands on the floor. Keeping your right leg bent, raise the foot as high as you can, then return to starting position and raise the leg aside. Perform 3 sets of 10 or 15 exercises, then change leg.
5. Squat Jumps
Sit with your back straight, hands on your head and keep your feet apart. Point your toes slightly outward. Push your ass out, flexing feet until hips are getting to be parallel to the floor. Get up on your toes and stay in this position for a few seconds or jump on the peaks then come back to the starting position. Perform 3 sets of 10 exercises.
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Tip: To keep your balance while you are on your toes, tighten your abdominal muscles.
There you have it! Do these exercises on a regular basis, and the results will come!