Still Frustrated With Your Cellulite Legs?

Having cellulite legs is a condition that has afflicted million of women around the world.

It is caused by weak skin cells that end up not controlling the buildup of fat underneath as well as affecting blood circulation in the affected areas, specifically the legs and the thighs.

2 main causes of cellulite that are not avoidable are hormone and heredity.

However, what you should be concerned about whether you fail under these two respects or not is that your diet and exercise plays a major role in worsening your cellulite situation.

A proper diet allows you to avoid foods that increase your body fat while exercise increases the blood flow near the tissues in your body under your cellulite especially your legs.

Common Misconceptions About Cellulite Legs

There are many misinformation that are disseminated to the general public about cellulite legs.

The most obvious of these is how many people think that cellulite is fat.

The truth is cellulite involves fat but is not fat in itself.

Rather, it is the condition where fat buildup in specific areas of the body hampers the flow of blood through the tissues.

This results in the uneven texture of skin on these specific areas much like what is seen in cellulite legs.

This does not mean that cellulite sufferers should go to a dermatologist exclusively.

Some people find cellulite to be a skin problem, but the root of the problem is really with the sufferer’s body fat.

You should consult a fat loss expert if you truly want the best results.

The second common misconception is that cellulite legs can be cured using cellulite creams or cellulite gels.

The truth is that these gels do nothing to actually cure the appearance of cellulite.

What they do is improve the appearance of the skin by minimizing the bumps that appear because of cellulite.

Thus, the effects of these gels and creams are only temporary, often lasting from hours up to days.

The third common misconception is that the most effective solution to improving cellulite legs is through medical operations.

Operations, whether invasive or non invasive, can remove the fat from the areas where cellulite appears.

These operations such as liposuction or cellulite laser surgery can be quick solutions to your cellulite problem.

But in the long run, if you have not been educated about how to maintain a cellulite-free body, you will slowly retain the cellulite you lost in the surgery. Furthermore, these methods are very expensive.

If you have been reading through this article and find yourself frustrated that what you though would have been a quick fix to your cellulite legs is actually ineffective, then you should change your mindset.

Cellulite is a popular weight loss problem in itself.

And as with all weight loss problems, there is no quick fix.

The true way to really fix the problem of your cellulite legs is through the traditional and the most effective way to lose fat – diet and exercise.

These 2 will not only allow you to improve your figure, but will also teach you how to properly maintain it.

Diets That Help You Lose Cellulite On Your Legs

You should prepare your daily meals with food that consist of plenty of nutrients with very low calories.

These include fruits and vegetables, whole grain products, and low-fat protein foods.

These food sources will help reduce the amount of calories you take to tone down your body fat while providing your body with sufficient protein to buildup or repair muscles during your workouts or exercises.

Lose Cellulite On Your Legs More Efficiently With These Exercise Tips

Exercises are essential to any weight loss system especially when you are trying to fix your cellulite legs because exercise improves circulation through the tissues where the cellulites appear.

Proper exercise can also help you eliminate toxins that might buildup under your skin.

Exercises for cellulite legs are not complete without cardio exercises.

Cardio in itself already makes up more than half of what is the recommended exercise regimen for weight loss.

A good cardio exercise for losing cellulite is jogging and sprinting.

You should start by slow jogging and slowly building up speed for each of your successive jogs.

Once your body is more than ready to do extensive cardio, you can progress your cardio regimen by sprinting for 15 seconds for every 30 seconds of moderate jogging.

By doing this, you will burn more fat and prevent your body from being too used to constant routines which can result to not burning fat.

By this time, you should already be noticing the changes your body is developing, specifically the decline or even the loss in the appearance of cellulite.

If you want more than just fat loss, you can further improve your figure by building your lower body muscle.

The use of medium or heavy dumbbells can yield great results in this regard.

But if you have no experience in weight lifting, you should start with squats, side squats, lunges, forward and rear lunges, and dead-lifts.

You can also try hip abductions, seated leg curls, or leg presses if you prefer strength training with gym machines. 

Joey AtlasCreated by Joey Atlas, Truth About Cellulite is his program that helps women to lose weight effectively by discarding unwanted cellulite from their bodies.

Knowing that many women globally are searching for solutions on-and-offline that may or may not work in helping them achieve their goals, what Joey has created is what he hopes will be their final solution.

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Author: Katherine McDolly

Besides being this blog author, Katherine McDolly has been a full-time certified nutritionist, distributor and beautician in both networking company Nuskin Pharmanex and beauty salon dealing with health and beauty products especially for women.

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