8 Exercises to Get Rid of Cellulite on Buttocks

Cellulite is nothing but a culmination of excess or extra fat that is stored in between the skin and muscle tissue. It is the most feared enemies of women who struggle to look fab with great curves. Irrespective of age and weight, it is seen mostly in women compared to men because of the higher Estrogen levels.


All the extra fat is typically stored in the hip and Butt region. Luckily, there are many exercises to remove cellulite from the buttocks.

1. Lunges:

These are one of the best exercises to get bigger buttocks. Apart from growing your butt, these lunges can also help in getting rid of the cellulite from your booty.

How to do it:

  • Stand straight with hands on your hips and feet slightly kept apart.
  • Now, stretch your right leg forward, with left leg touching the ground flat.
  • Return to basic standing position and switch the leg.
  • Try to perform atleast 3 sets of 15 exercises each, on both legs.
  • If you want to increase the complexity, use weights.

2. Buttocks Bridge or Butt Lift:

How to do it:

  • This is one of the best yoga exercises for butt enlargement.
  • Lie flat on the floor with the hands on your sides and knees slightly bent.
  • Make sure that your feet are placed around the shoulder width.
  • Next, pushing with your heels, try to lift up your hips from the ground.
  • While doing so, you should keep your back straight. Breathe out while lifting up and breathe in as you return to the lying position.
  • Try to perform this butt lift exercise regularly to fight cellulite away from your buttocks.

3. Clamshell Exercise:

How to do it:

  • Sleep on the floor, on one side, with your elbows supporting your body, knees slightly bent and your basin in front.
  • Now, put your other hand on the hip and raise basin and buttocks, by holding the ankles together.
  • Spread your legs and hold in that position for 10 seconds (or as long as you can) and return to the initial position.
  • To crosscheck whether you’re performing this exercise correctly or not, see that you’re feeling your muscles working.
  • Try to perform at least 3 sets of 10 exercises each, on both the sides.

4. Single Leg Squat:

How to do it:

  • Stand with your back straight and stretch your hands in front of your chest area.
  • Now, raise your left leg at 30 degrees and try to bring down your buttocks to the floor slowly.
  • Return back to the initial position at the same pace.
  • Try to perform atleast 3 sets of 10 exercises each, on both the legs.
  • If you face any problem holding your balance, then try to use a wall to lean a hand.
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