We all know cellulite is the hardest part to get rid of when working out. Not only it is a stubborn fat but also it doesn’t seem to shed off quite easily. Thus, I want to propose some targeted exercises, specifically designed for your legs and butt (the most predisposed areas for cellulite).

Check them out, the best 6 legs and butt exercises to ditch cellulite in no time:

1. Lateral Goblet Lunge

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Hold a dumbbell with both hands at your chest;
Make sure you have your elbows bent;
Then, take a big step to the right with your right foot;
Maintain your left leg straight during this stretch;
Bend your right knee and lower your hips;
Lower until your right thigh is parallel to the floor;
Push through your right heel;
Then, stand back up to the start;
Try to aim for 3 sets of 20 reps and then switch sides.

2. Dumbbell Curtsy Lunge

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Step one foot behind you;
Now, bend both knees;
Lean your torso forward by 30 degrees;
Straight up to 180 degrees and put the other foot in front;
Try to aim for 3 sets of 20 reps and then switch sides.

3. Goblet Plié Squat

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Stand with your feet wider than your shoulders;
Make sure your toes are pointing out at 45-degree angles;
Hold a single dumbbell with both hands;
While inhaling, bend at the knees into a squat;
Stop when your thighs are almost parallel to the ground;
Push through your heels to return to the starting position;
During the lift, squeeze your glutes and push your pelvis forward;
Try to aim for 3 sets of 20 reps and then switch sides.

4. Weighted Bridge

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Begin in a bridge position;
Hold two dumbbells on your hips;
Make sure your heels are directly below your knees;
Slowly lower your butt down so it’s barely touching the ground;
Then immediately lift hips back up to the original position;
Make sure you’re squeezing your glutes at the top of the pose;
Try to aim for 3 sets of 20 reps.

5. Heavy Lying Abduction

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Lie on the floor on your left side;
Make sure your torso is lifted;
Also, your left forearm should be on the floor perpendicular to your body;
Your legs must be stacked with one lighter weight resting above your right knee;
Make sure you have your right hand resting loosely on weight to start;
Then, lift your right leg and hold for 3 seconds;
Then, lower your leg to return to start;
Try to aim for 3 sets of 20 reps and then switch sides.

6. Single-Leg Deadlift With Kettlebell

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Hold a kettlebell in your right hand;
Start lifting your left foot slightly off the ground;
Keeping your back neutral, lean your entire torso forward;
During this leaning, raise your left leg;
Make sure you are keeping it in line with your body;
The kettlebell must be lowered toward the ground;
Keep your left shoulder blade pulled down your back;
With your back straight, return upright, into your starting position;
Try to aim for 3 sets of 20 reps and then switch sides.