4 Cellulite Reversal Moves

Most modern women who’ve already tried all the supposed cellulite treatments on the market, already know that NONE of them work. The reason for this is none of them can work because they don’t address the actual cause of the issue.

The dimples and shadows, known as “cellulite”, on the lower body trouble zones of women are actually caused by flat, un-toned and mushy muscles under the skin.

This is why we see so many women who look awesome in clothes – but when in a bikini or a short dress, they simply do not like what they see in the mirror. So, these dimples and shadows are not a weight issue – they are a muscle composition issue.

Most women who have these dimples and shadows actually love their body-weight and size – they just don’t like how things look when exposed.

The key then is to enhance the muscle composition in the problem zones so they become lifted and firmer – hence pushing out ward against the skin and giving it a healthy and strong base of support.

When the muscles do this – they give the skin a more even and tightly toned appearance.

This is actually very simple physiology in action – **but most women never get this solution because they are too busy trying all the creams, pills, heat-laser treatments, body wraps – and even surgery**… All to no avail – just lots of frustration, anger and decreasing self-confidence.

DISCLAIMER: Because of the effectiveness of these specific movements and the muscle stimulating effects they produce, it is HIGHLY recommended you get your doctor’s permission for exercise; even though you can do these at home with no machines or weights. And even though these are simply just a small taste of the complete Method; it is still wise to play it safe.

~ These are the 4 muscle/skin toning moves demonstrated in the video:

Intro Anti-Cellulite Session: 4 Muscle/Skin Toning Moves for Dimple and Shadow Reversal

1 – Double Leg, Hamstring Curls for Cellulite on Back of Thighs and Butt

Lying down on a mat or soft surface, facing up – place your heels and calves on top of an exercise ball (55cm or 65cm is ideal). Arms on the ground at your sides. Lift your hips off the ground by pushing your heels and calves into the ball. That is your starting position. Then curl your heels in toward your hamstrings, while pushing your hips toward the sky. Stop when the bottom of your feet are on top of the ball. Then slowly return the the starting position.

2 – Double Leg, Knee-Ups for Cellulite on Front of Thighs and Legs

Get onto your hands and knees – on an exercise mat or soft surface. Bring your toes forward. Then slowly lift your knees off the ground and get your glutes up toward the sky – so your legs are almost fully straightened. Then slowly return to the start position – lightly touching your knees to the ground.

3 – Double Sided Hip-Extensions for Cellulite on Back of Thighs, Calves and Butt

Lying down face-up now. Bend your knees and point your toes upward – so your heels are the only part of your feet touching the floor or mat. Push your heels into the ground and lift your hips toward the sky. Give a slight pause at the top. Then slowly lower your hips to touch the mat. Breath out on the way up (as you exert) and breath in on the way down (as you relax).

4 – Exercise Ball Squats for Cellulite on Butt, Hips, Thighs, Legs and Calves

Place an exercise ball (size 55cm – 65cm) against a wall and then lean against it with your lower back area. With your feet shoulder width apart – slowly squat down as the ball rolls up toward your upper back/shoulder blade area. Pause for a second or two – then slowly return to the top position, keeping a slight bend in the knees at the top. Breath in going down – breath out going up. Remember: DO NOT lock out your knees at the top of the movement.

If going through this short anti-cellulite workout routine is too easy – try it a second time. You can also add 5 or 10 repetitions to each set for a longer exercise sessions and a more intense muscle layer stimulus.

PLEASE feel free to share this with the other women you know who can also benefit from knowing the truth about cellulite, what it really is – and how to truly get rid of the dimples and shadows. They’ll appreciate it deeply.

Disclaimer reminder: As always – get your doctor’s clearance for toning movements before starting from scratch – or if you are unsure about your own physical ability. Simple but wise.


Cellulite Reversal References

“Rid of Cellulite: 5 Critical Keys to Reverse Dimples & Shadows”

“6 Ways to Hide Cellulite In the Summer”

“Cellulite Reversal Moves for Buns/Thighs Sample (Youtube Video)”

On-Site Articles:
5 Keys and 4 Most Important Elements of Cellulite Reversal

Summary and Comments:

Every year millions and millions of women around the world waste hundreds of millions of dollars on trying to fix their issues with lower body “cellulite”. They only find out nothing works after trying all the options on the market – never fully realizing that cellulite is just a made-up, descriptive word – and not an actual substance, or even a condition of the skin itself.

For the dimples and shadows to be reduced or eliminated – the skin has to be pulled tightly over the structures which lay underneath it. Those structures are the muscles in a woman’s legs, buns, hips and thighs. With simple and focused movement stimulation (multi-dimensional, muscle-layer) the effects of atrophy are reversed and the muscle fibers become stronger, firmer and more “toned”.

They then push outward, evenly against the skin layer – giving it a smoother and tighter look and feel. Hence getting rid of the dimples and shadows, falsely known as a noun called “cellulite”.

Since the cause of the problem is in the muscles – none of the passive treatments on the market can work, because none of them address the issue at the causal level.

It doesn’t matter how expensive the products or treatments are – or how many times you have to apply them or re-visit the medi-spa center – they cannot positively enhance the physiology of the female body. It’s simply impossible.

The dimples and shadows can affect women in any stage of life:

– puberty
– pregnancy
– post-pregnancy
– menopause
– additions or changes in medications

These stages of life each have an impact on female hormones and thus a direct effect on muscle cell integrity and muscle fiber volume.

If muscle atrophy is exacerbated, they become “deflated” and like a stretched balloon – the skin on top become loose and flaccid, drooping toward the ground because of gravity and taking on the dimpled, rippled appearance; which is more pronounced depending on the type or angle of light the woman is standing in.

While a general fitness or exercise program is a good start and surely beneficial for health and overall wellness – it takes a specific type of targeted muscle movement to address the trouble zones and problem spots of a woman.

Many women have been frustrated by learning that exercise is the only way to get rid of cellulite – only to eventually learn that not all exercise methods are created equally – and are meant to serve different purposes and goals of the specific user.

Reversing the cause of dimples and shadows should be approached with synergistic, body-weight movements that are safe and comfortable for the average woman who wants to do this at home – and can even do them when traveling, as weights or machines are not needed.