Tuesday, December 1, 2020

3 Anti-Cellulite Yoga Moves to Try


To many women, cellulite is a dreaded word, and an even more dreaded physical manifestation. The sight of cellulite on one’s body can make anyone cringe. It has been called a lot of terms – “cottage cheese skin”, “hail marks”, and other terms. But one thing remains – cellulite can develop on your body when you don’t move enough – so don’t sit around all day!

To better figure out how to get reduce cellulite, we must first understand how it is formed. It doesn’t just happen overnight. Cellulite is usually found in the stomach, buttocks and thighs area. These are the fleshy parts of your body, and once the cellulite is formed, it can be a pain to get rid of. Cellulite is actually fat, found just beneath the skin surface.

Therefore technically, if you want to reduce your cellulite, you just have to burn those pesky fat deposits away. Easier said than done, right? Well, you’ll be happy to note that there are many ways to target those cellulite-prone areas so you can either prevent cellulite from forming or get rid of the existing ones altogether.

Cellulite can be reduced by exercising. You have to get rid of the lumpy fats, and develop muscles. There are many exercises that target cellulite, and yoga is one of them. Since cellulite is found in the lower regions of our body – thighs and buttocks – you must work on yoga poses that focus on these areas. It is best to strengthen these areas by doing a lot of leg exercises, and leg poses.

Start with the Standing Forward Bend

One of the basic poses of yoga is the standing forward bend. Basically, you bend forward at the hips, with your knees slightly bent. Your chest should touch your upper thighs. Grab your ankles to stretch your body. This pose stretches your muscles, and builds strength. It can be difficult at first, but this is a great start of a yoga exercises regime.

Be an Expert of the Chair Pose

This pose is similar to a half-squat position. You can stand with your feet together, toes together, with ankles separated slightly. Bend slowly at your knees, pushing your buttocks back, as if sitting on a chair. Lift your chest upwards, while at the same time, your arms should reach up, stretching the fingertips forward and upward. Hold this position for a couple of seconds, rest and repeat. This works on the thigh and buttock muscles, while keeping the stomach tight. It’s a great overall yoga pose to reduce cellulite.

Don’t Expect Quick Results

While yoga is an effective way to get rid of cellulite, don’t expect to achieve results quickly. You have to remember that cellulite can be stubborn, and are one of the most difficult fats to get rid of. You have to be consistent with your yoga exercises regime. Make sure that you do your yoga exercises regularly and frequently, to maximize the fat-burning benefits. Over time, if you do not feel “challenged” by these poses anymore, you can proceed to more difficult poses, so you can work more muscle groups, and in the process, lose more fats.

Yoga is a calming exercise, but you may also tend to over-stretch or strain your muscles. Listen to your body and learn when to stop. There is always time to get into shape, and it is important to keep yourself safe first.

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