Can You Get Rid of Cellulite? The Weird Truth
Ladies of all ages, shapes, weights and sizes are plagued by lower body cellulite issues. Some women have it from childhood and others get it later in life, usually after having children. Cellulite can also get worse as the years pass - if the wrong treatment choices are made when trying to get rid of it.
Because of this ever-growing and desperate market - there is a grossly overwhelming list of "cellulite treatments" on the market. These supposed anti-cellulite solutions range from cleverly named lotions to space-age body-pods found in "medi-spas".
With all of these ineffective offerings available - the desperate woman jumps from one to the other, wasting hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars trying to get rid of the appearance of the dimpled, bumpy and 'orange peel' skin in her butt, leg, hips and thigh areas.
What most women don't know is that no passive treatment can get rid of cellulite. It's simply impossible. And here's why... Cellulite results from weak, mushy and un-toned muscles in the lower body.
When all the muscles are atrophied and soft - the skin above those muscles has no layer of firm and tight support - so the skin buckles and shows 'dents' which has been given the name 'cellulite'.
See, cellulite is not a thing - but rather a word to describe the appearance of all the uneven bumps and dimples on the female lower body. Since it is a muscle-tone issue - the only way to get rid of cellulite is by firming, toning and strengthening the muscles in the leg, butt, hip and thigh area.
As the muscles become firmer - they push outward on the superficial skin layers and the bumps and dimples fade away as the skin becomes more even, tighter and smoother.
In essence - only the proper exercises can get rid of cellulite and keep it away permanently. Everything else is just a waste of time, money and your self-esteem.
Fat Loss For Quick Fitness - Three Fat Loss Tactics For Body Toning Fitness
Fat and flab loss is the number one fitness goal of both men and women around the world. The problem is most advice is either too overwhelming - or downright ineffective to begin with. Here are 3 unconventional, yet simple, fat loss tips to help you lose the flab, tone-up, look awesome and feel phenomenal.
1) Although breakfast is important - it DOES NOT have to be eaten first thing in the morning. I don't eat breakfast until 10 or 11 am. And it wasn't until I started doing this that I found it MUCH easier to keep my body fat down in the zone where I feel and look my best. The women and men who adopt this 'meal shifting' tactic love it because it helps them reduce calories and burn more fat by reducing the 'daily window' of calorie consumption.
Essentially - by condensing the amount of time, during the day, to consume calories - it makes it more difficult to ingest too many calories. This 'unconventional' tactic may not be popular with 'by the book' type nutritionists. But the truth is - it works and is quite safe and conservative for most people. And you will not lose any muscle - only fat and flab.
2) It's ok to go 4 hours between meals. I know this may go against some things you've heard - such as - "You need to eat every 2 hours or your metabolism will shut down." ... but the truth is - your metabolism will not shut down. This is some kind of old 'gym myth' - and just isn't true. Think about it - you are not a machine that needs food every 2 hours, around the clock. The human body is much more intelligent and efficient than that.
The human body was created with natural powers of inherent strength and flexibility - one of those being the ability to rely on calories at irregular, non-predetermined intervals which is in-line with nature itself.
3) Believe it or not - you don't have to keep "changing your workouts to shock your body - and stay lean, etc..." - that's another 'gym myth' that simply isn't true. There are women and men who can find a program that works for them, delivers great results - and they can stick with that program forever - maybe with some minor variations. That's it.
The ridiculous 'gym terms' such as plateau, sticking point, stale or stagnated - are all 'made-up' to create more excuses for why certain programs don't deliver results - and to confuse 'fitness seekers' into thinking that fitness success is much more complicated than it actually is.
These are just 3 fitness and fat loss tips to help you move forward in your quest for physical success.