9 Simple Exercises To Get Rid OF Cellulite on Thighs

The mortal enemy of bikini season, cellulite seems to exist just to infuriate all women trying their hardest to get fit. It doesn’t matter how much weight you lose from dieting, the cellulite never seems to disappear from your hips, thighs and booty. Dieting alone won’t eliminate cellulite because cellulite is essentially fat and needs to be eliminated by exercise from your entire body before you can tone the muscle.

Exercise is essential to burning fat, and therefore losing cellulite.Here are some great moves to help you get rid of that ” Cellulite on thighs” on your body.

1. Lunges:

Lunges will target your glutes and fronts of thighs where cellulite lives. Here’s how to slim your thighs!

How to do it:

  • Start with feet hip-width apart and arms at sides.
  • Lunge forward with your left foot, bending the knee at a 90 degree angle and dropping the right knee down until it almost touches the ground.
  • Be sure to step the left foot out far enough to prevent your knee from extending over the toe.
  • Raise yourself back up and repeat with your right foot.

2. Side Lunge:

How to do it:

  • Start standing with legs slightly wider than shoulder-distance apart and toes pointed forward.
  • Shift your body weight to one leg, bending the knee until it reaches a 90-degree angle and the other leg is straight.
  • Glutes are pressing back behind you. Return to center and switch sides.

3. Squats:

Squats target your glutes, hamstrings, quads and inner and outer thighs, exactly where cellulite tends to hang out. There are many different variations of squats, but a few of our favorites are plie squats and tiptoe squats.

How to do it:

  • Assume a wide stance with your legs two to three feet apart, toes turned out. Place your hands on your hips.
  • Push your hips back and lower your body until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
  • Hold for a few seconds, and then slowly push yourself back to the starting position. That’s one rep.
  • Repeat for 10 reps.
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