Cellulite is very unaesthetic, and it doesn’t goes away like magic-you have to work out to get rid of it. And if you mix workouts with healthy eating…you’re goal it’s achieved. It will disappear faster and the skin will be silky smooth, because the muscles will be toned and firmer.
As long as cellulite installs on your butt and legs, your smoothing strategy needs to hit the lower body hard with high repetitions. This way you’ll attack the fat by sculpting your muscles and burning calories.
Important: you have to do 2 sets of each move, and you must rest no more than 15 seconds between moves. This routine can be done 3 days a week on alternate days. You need 2 dumbbells 15-20 lbs heavy.
1. Lateral Goblet Lunge
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Stand with feet together, holding one heavier dumbbell vertically by one end with both hands at chest height, elbows bent by sides, to start. Keeping left leg straight and both feet pointing forward, step right leg as far right as possible, bending knee and lowering hips deeply [shown]. Push off right foot to return to start. Do 20 reps. Switch sides; repeat.
2. Dumbbell Curtsy Lunge
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Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding one lighter dumbbell in each hand with arms by sides to start. Keeping hips and shoulders square, step left leg behind and across right leg, bending both knees 90 degrees. Push off left foot to return to start. Switch sides; repeat.
3. Goblet Plié Squat
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Stand with feet wide and toes turned out, holding one heavier dumbbell vertically by one end with both hands at chest height, elbows bent by sides, to start. Squat, pushing knees out to sides. Return to start.
4. Weighted Bridge
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Lie faceup on floor with knees bent and feet flat, holding one heavier dumbbell horizontally on hips with both hands to start. Lift hips, squeezing knees inward, and hold for 3 seconds. Lower hips to return to start.
5. Heavy Lying Abduction
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Lie on floor on left side, torso lifted, left forearm on floor perpendicular to body, legs stacked with one lighter weight resting above right knee, right hand resting loosely on weight to start. Lift right leg and hold for 3 seconds. Lower leg to return to start. Do 20 reps. Switch sides; repeat.
6. Single-Leg Dead Lift
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Stand with feet hip- width apart, holding one lighter weight in each hand with palms turned toward body and weights resting on thighs. Lift left leg a couple of inches off floor to start. Hinge forward from hips, lowering torso toward floor and extending weights down close to legs as you extend straight right leg behind you until body forms a T. Slowly return to start. Do 15 reps. Switch sides; repeat.
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