One of the main reasons for accumulating cellulite in fatty areas of your body is lack of exercise. We get it, it’s hard to find the time these days to get yourself up and get physical active. If you haven’t been paying attention to your physical routine, now is the time to start.
The most common areas that cellulite tends to build-up are under the chin, under the arms, or the stomach, and the back of the thighs. Out of those listed, the most recognizably obnoxious places for cellulite are clearly the butt and the legs. If you are trying to get rid of that pesky cellulite, or you just want an excuse to stretch your muscles, then you should continue reading this article for workouts that focus on burning fat and reducing cellulite in the butt and the legs. Cellulite is nothing to be worried about because most people are affected by it.
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In the words of Kim Kardashian, “I might have a little bit of cellulite. I might not be toned everywhere. I might struggle in this area or that. But accepting that just empowers me.” The next few workouts focus on core parts of your butt and legs that suffer the most from cellulite. No extra exercise equipment or tools are necessary in order to get do any of the exercises listed. All you need is an open space for you to move around on and a willingness to get ride of cellulite once and for-all.
The first exercise we like to call the “Big-Butt Pusher”. You’re going to want to get in a crab-like position on your hands and feet, while making sure your butt is not touching the ground. Rest one of your legs on the other and do a sort of backwards push-up. Continue performing this pattern while remembering to alternate your suspended foot every set of ten.
The second exercise is called “Criss Cross Apple Sauce”. This exercise starts out in a similar position as the “Big-Butt-Pusher”, except with your legs extended. While with your legs extended kick on leg out and wrap it around the other so that your inside heel is touching to top of the other ankle. Then stick your leg back out and repeat this exercise for three sets of 10.
The third exercise doesn’t need a name, because we are beyond naming things at this point. It starts with you lying on your stomach with your head up and your feet in the air. Tighten your gluteus maximus and raise your feet to the air. While this exercise may look awkward, this is one of the most important steps in cutting down on cellulite in the butt.
The fourth exercise starts with your right knee bent and you in a position as if you are about to take off on the track for the fifty-yard dash. The top of your elbow should be touching your right knee and your left knee and foot should be touching the ground, with your head facing forward. With your hand planted, kick back with your right leg and keep your neck suspended. Repeat three sets of ten and switch legs afterward.
Now that you’re warmed up, you can ready yourself from the Final Cellulite Gauntlet. The next exercise routine will get your heart racing and your body ready to burn cellulite, but don’t push yourself too hard. When attempting to do these exercise make sure to be knowledgeable of your limits, and make sure to take a rest if you feel overwhelmed or strained by this activity.
The Final Cellulite Gauntlet consists of three exercises that are specifically designed to tone, tighten, and create firmer skin in cellulite problem areas. They are also designed to get your heart pumping, get your body warm, and promote the process of burning fat. The first exercise of The Final Cellulite Gauntlet is known as a ‘Squat Kick’.
To perform a proper squat quick you position yourself in a standard squat, trying to keep your elbows your knees and the tip of your toes parallel to each other. Then you perform the ‘kick’ part of the ‘Squat Kick’ while remaining facing forward and making sure that the corresponding arm to your kicking leg is locked out and parallel. The next part of The Final Cellulite Gauntlet is the ‘Squat Jump’. Again, you position yourself in a squatting stance and then you jump up. The important thing to remember during the actual ‘jump’ part of the ‘Squat Jump’ is to keep your arms elevated with your fingers pointing towards the sky.
The third and final exercise in The Final Cellulite Gauntlet is the ‘Side Kick’. Like both of the previous exercises you return to a squatting position to begin the ‘Side Kick’. From a squatting position, kick out to the side while facing forward, like a human kickstand. Now that you know all the exercises in The Final Cellulite Gauntlet you can start your reps. The gauntlets consists of 3 rounds each with a diminishing amount of reps.
Round One you start with thirty squat kicks, then you return to a squatting position and perform thirty squat jumps, again return to the squatting position and perform thirty side kicks. Now that round one is done, round two starts with twenty squat kicks, then return to the squatting position and twenty squat jumps, returning to squatting position again and thirty side kicks. The last and final round of The Final Cellulite Gauntlet has the least amount of reps.
You start Round 3 with ten squat kicks, the return to the squatting position and do ten squat jumps, then return to the squatting position and do ten side kicks. There you have it, cellulite-haters, of the world, The Final Cellulite Gauntlet in all its glory. Cellulite may be hard to get rid of, but by remembering these simple workouts, you can do a little every day to burn butt and leg cellulite in the comfort of your own home.