To learn how to get rid of it, I feel it’s important to firstly understand what it is (beyond the displeasing aesthetic image). Cellulite is nothing more than fat beneath the skin, however; the fat grows in an “uneven” manner, which presses against your skin (creating that dimple effect). Cellulite is frustrating in the fact that it usually only appears in certain areas. For example, the areas of your body that aren’t affected by cellulite still have fat, however the fat grows in a “flat even” manner (as opposed to uneven bumps). Scientists believe that a genetic disposition determines where these areas are, this being said, you absolutely can still control your cellulite by mediating the amount of fat that presses against your skin.
Hopefully you know by now, you cannot simply target an area of fat. Performing Hamstring curls will not target your fat burning processes to the area above your hamstring (negate the location specific pain correlated with the curl). So what this means, is that to get rid of your cellulite, is to practice a disciplined approach to everything that entitles fat loss. The question is not how to get rid of cellulite, but how to minimize fat tissue is general (which could never be summed up in a single post).
Note: There are some other hypothesis regarding the inflammation of white blood cells & their correlation to cellulite though I’ve chosen to ignore it for my post (due to weak support).
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