Weight loss often comes with a lot of advantages – I said this to one of my online clients and she asked me if it will help me to get rid of cellulite.
Fat loss can help you to reduce the cellulite, however, nearly 90% of the women have the cellulite. In order to reduce its appearance so hardly anyone can see, you have to follow a proper weight loss diet plan and proper lower body workouts.
I admit that getting rid of cellulite is hard but you should not be thinking about it as your favorite actors, your friend, your mom or an unknown person passing by you while reading this article may also have the cellulite.
In this article, I will tell you why it is hard to remove cellulite completely and how weight loss affects OR helps you to remove cellulite.
What is the Cellulite?
Most people know cellulite as a stored fat on the back side of their thigh/glute muscle.
And it’s ohk for the regular gym goers!
But as it Wikipedia said
Cellulite is the herniation of subcutaneous fat within fibrous connective tissue that manifests as skin dimpling and nodularity, often on the pelvic region (specifically the buttocks), lower limbs, and abdomen.~Wikipedia
Most women on the planet earth have cellulite as it is caused by the body not by the disease.
Weight Loss and Cellulite
Most people think that cellulite will go away as they decrease their body fat percentage and there is nothing wrong about it.
However as I said it is caused by the body and it’s really hard that you remove it completely through weight loss.
Fat loss can help you to reduce your body fat percentage and it also helps you to reduce cellulite upto certain extent but it probably will never go away completely.
Exercise and Cellulite
There are many people who are able to reduce cellulite upto some level where people can’t really see it clearly.
Most sites on the internet suggest you to do this or that exercise but there are no specific exercises to get rid of cellulite.
If you’re in the fitness industry for a quite some time or participate in some awesome fitness community, you know that you can’t do spot reduction right?
Fat from the body will go as you reduce your body fat percentage.
Cellulite can be reduced by adding both lower body workout and following weight loss diet for a longer period of time.
Weight loss, Workout and Cellulite
Now we see how weight loss and exercise can’t help you to remove cellulite but what if apply all of them?
Can you remove it?
The answer is still NO!
There are people in the well known fitness community who said that although you do both workout and fat loss workout you can’t nearly remove it.
As you can see no matter which approach you follow you can’t get rid of cellulite completely.
So what can you do?
I would say don’t stress about it much. Don’t think like what people will say.
8 Out of 10 people on the earth have cellulite so there is no difference between them and you.
How Long does to Take to Get Rid of Cellulite
Most people want to remove cellulite as it doesn’t look good when they wear a bikini and they often ask how much time it takes to remove cellulite.
There is no specific answer to this question.
It will take 2 month for one person or 2 year for another person to reduce it’s appearance.
If you follow diet and lower body workout consistently you will see the major difference in the cellulite appearance.
Lower Body Exercises
You already know that you can’t remove cellulite using exercise but this exercise list will help you to reduce it appearance.
I add compound exercise in this list as it’s a great way to grow your leg and glute muscles.
Body Weight Glute Exercises
Workout Plan for Glute
You know you can’t remove cellulite completely, so why should you think much about it?
Just doing lower body workout and following a weight loss diet can help you tremendously in terms of getting rid of cellulite.
If you stop thinking about cellulite all the time and focus on building leg, glute and hamstring muscle along with a proper fat loss diet, you will notice at some point of time that it’s really hard to notice your cellulite.