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Exercises To Fight Cellulite

By Kim White

A lot of research has been done to find out various ways of keeping cellulite under control and a multi-faceted approach has been suggested as the best way to keep it under control. The various ways include usage of medicated creams and lotions, medical treatment and the consumption of a healthy diet comprising of greater amounts of fruits and vegetables and less of heavy fatty foods. However this article will exclusively focus on the exercises of back of thigh region that helps keeping cellulite formation under control.

The first exercise suggested is intended to improve blood circulation at the back of the thigh that also helps to tone and tighten the skin of that region. Firstly you kneel down on the floor and tilt your body forward. In the process you should ensure that your back is straight while you try to lift one of your legs behind you. By doing so you are making use of the hamstring at the back of the thigh.

In the first exercise you kneel down on the floor while making sure your back is up straight. Now you tilt your body a little forward and in that position lift one of your legs back and up. You hold it up for a little while before bringing it down. Now do the same with your other leg and repeat the procedure a few times.

Studies suggest that cellulite formation occurs mostly at the back of the thigh and hip region of females. Regular exercising and flexing of muscles in that region will promote flow of blood while regular movement will prevent fat accumulation that may lead to the formation of cellulite.

Exercise not only tones the body and gets rid of toxic substances but keeps diseases at bay, improving the immune system of the body, keeping you healthier, longer.

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