Try riding a bike,or running for a couple of miles every day till your happy it... it works for me..
do stiff leged dead lifts if u dont know what they are look' em up on Google
Contrary to popular belief, doing specific exercises do not target the fat around a specific area.
There is absolutely no way to target specfic areas of fat. Period.
For best results, you must do aerobic activity, weight training and proper diet to lose fat. Your body burns the fat as a whole, not from specific areas.
I got back from a vacation or two of heavy boozing, eating and sleeping poorly, not getting enough sleep and not drinking my usual amount of water--with cellulite! I have it on the backs and fronts of my thighs.
For the past three weeks, I have been doing cardio 3-4 times a week, strength training classes that focus on the legs twice a week, steam baths alternating with cold showers (my gym's steam room has a cold shower in it--you can also just take alternate hot and cold showers at home) to increase circulation, and lots of vitamin-enriched moisterizing and massaging of the skin. Massaging the skin all over is important too, not just the cellulite areas. I also have been brushing my skin with a dry brush or loofah once or twice aday for about five minutes. I have been following all the advice I could find on the web, because I find cellulite so alarming !
It looks a lot better now... Oh, and vitamins. I have been taking a good multi-vitamin with soy lechithin, and anti-oxidants (A, C, E). The theory is that collagen breakdown in the skin is part of the cause of cellulite. Yes, it is just fat, but if the skin is strong enough, it should be held in place, not shift and pucker in bulges. All-over good health and nutrition is important, because it helps the body rebuild collagen, especially vitamin C, and prevents further collagen breakdown.
Also, my skin all over my body looks great in general, much better than before. But you must moisterize, because with all the friction from brushing, and losing water from exericing and steaming, you'll need the extra fluid retention offered by a good vitamin enriched cream. Drinking 100 oz of fluid a day will also help in this regard.
But you have to work on every aspect of your body, inside and out, for your hamstring cellulite to improve. Even my facial skin looks great now, and it's the only part that I don't really treat differently. It all works together.
But yes, dead lifts and squats and lunges won't hurt!
The best way to get rid of cellulite is to eat a healthy diet low in saturated fat ... and begin strenghthening the area with weights. If you build the muscle underneath eventually the cellulite will be less visible ( and muscle burns fat)
Many people believe that "Cellulite" is a different kind of fat and can be removed differently, unfortunately, the cottage-cheese effect that shows up on thighs is just ordinary fat. It's dealt with the regular way, diet and exercise. Burn fewer calories than you eat and exercise to build muscle tone. Well toned muscles not only look good, they help you burn fat since muscle is the part of the body that actually USES calories, you can burn more by getting the muscles in shape.
Cut out white flour from your diet. white bread, pasta. just replace those things with wheat based items. That will get rid of cellulite and help you shed a few pounds too.
You can rid cellulite by doing exercise.
you cant really get rid of cellulite its a scar you shouldn't worries about them every woman gets cellulite your not the only one.
There are some types of laser treatments for cellulite.
Lose weight and rid of cellulite.
Cellulite is just fat. It looks different because the skin is thin in that area, but if you'll get rid of the weight, you'll get rid of the cellulite. Diet and exercise are the only way, unless you want to go for the liposuction.
yes it does !
There are some creams that might help reduce cellulite. Surgery is another option.
Walking is the most effective way of getting rid of cellulite. It may take a while and a lot of walking, but it will help.
It's difficult to completely get rid of cellulite on the thighs or troubled areas. There is one product that I have used before that offers great results if used daily. It is called Nivea Goodbye Cellulite and usually costs about $10.00.
Yes. Brisk walking can help you get rid of cellulite.
"Although there are lots of creams and gels on the market that say they will rid you of cellulite, the truth is the dimply fat is hereditary. Cellulite can only be removed by a plastic surgeon."
Heck no, try exercise and eating properly for a change. The easy way is what got you the cellulite in the first place.
The best way to get rid of cellulite is to lose weight. Just exercise. Some people recommend using some type of cream but it really doesn't work.
Some of the more popular treatments to rid or reduce the appearance of cellulite include Nivea's Good-bye Cellulite as well as Orlane S.O.S. Contouring.
It is okay to have cellulite. A 16 year old can get rid of it by exercising, and trying some of the over the counter creams available.
No it's no permanent but it's very hard to get rid of
There is no hope
The easiest way to get rid of cellulite in the hips butt and thighs is to engage in yoga, aerobic weightlifting, or use of a herbal body rub.
Cellulite is fat cells that protrude into the dermis that gives an uneven appearance under the skin. ********** It is very hard to get rid of cellulite but you can try these ways to at least make it less visible http://modamee.com/2009/10/06/how-to-fight-cellulite/
NIVEA Good-Bye Cellulite Smoothing Gel-Cream For Skin does help.
Yes, riding a bike can get rid of celluite on your thighs and butt. Pilates, lunges, and running also help get rid of it.
Sounds like you have cellulite you have to couple that with exercising the abs.
Well you can get rid of cellulite by eating less fats such as chips, and try not to eat as much bread and exercise more often.