Cellulite is the orange peel skin or dimple-looking skin that appears in the thigh, buttocks and belly area. Fighting against it is a pretty task to do but, it’s not impossible! With a healthy diet, because no fat will disappear by itself, and a proper workout routine, will help you to achieve those perfectly shaped thighs and buttocks.
I’m sure there are a lot of exercises that promise to banish cellulite just like magic, but the key is to work out the area of your body that is prone to be “infested” by the orange peel skin.
1. FRONT OF THIGH ROLL
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Lie on your stomach with your elbows bent under your shoulders and your palms flat on the ground. Place the roller underneath your legs, right above your knees. Then, use your arms to push your body back and forth over the roller so that it targets the front of your thighs. Repeat at least eight times.
2. THE CAN-CAN TUSH ROLL
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Place the roller beneath your bottom and plant your heels on the floor. Position your hands behind you for balance, then begin rotating your knees towards the right and your hips toward the left. Switch sides by rocking back at for at least 10 times.
3. FIGURE FOUR
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Sit on the roller and place your hands behind you for stability. Then, cross your left ankle over your right knee so that your body makes the shape of the number four. Roll the foam roller over our hips and glutes a few times, then switch legs and repeat on the other side.
4. BACK OF THIGH ROLL
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Sit on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you and your arms behind you for stability. Then, lift your butt and place the roller just beneath it. Push your body up and down so that the roller covers the entire area of your back thigh. Repeat at least 10 times for maximum effectiveness.
5. BACK ROLLER
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Lie flat on the floor and place the foam roller directly beneath your bra strap. Put your hands behind your head and bend your knees as though you’re going to do sit-ups. Then, use your legs to push the foam roller up and down your back, from your lower back to your shoulders.
6. THE HIP ROLL
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Lie on your left side and place the roller under your left hip while keeping the leg straight. Bend your right knee and place your right foot so that it’s flat on the ground in front of your left knee. Using your torso and arms, roll the foam roller along the outside of your thigh all the way to your hip. Repeat 10 times, then switch to your right leg.
7. THE ROLLING SHELL
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Place your hands flat on the floor and the tops of your feet on the foam roller so that your body forms an awkward U-shape. Use your arms to support yourself as you roll back and forth, bending your spine more and then less. Do this at least eight times.
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