Exercises That Target Cellulite Prone Areas

cellulite-exercises The best natural way to beat the problem of cellulite is with a regular exercise program. Most of the workouts designed for burning cellulite usually ask for an input of about five days a week, and you can choose the intensity from moderate to heavy depending upon your personal ability.

There is no need for you to join some expensive exercise program, as even the regular walking, jogging, swimming and cycling can deliver excellent results provided you do them right and you do them regularly.

If five days a week seems too much for you, then you can even go in for three days a week exercise schedule, which is certainly a better option than going without exercise altogether. And as we just said, nearly any kind of exercise is good enough, but when you want to achieve better results within a shorter duration, then you need to target the specific areas such as your hips and thighs, which are more prone to cellulite.

Here are a few exercises which will help you in working out your thighs and your hips to reduce cellulite around these regions.


Stand with your feet together and your toes facing forward, bend your arms at the sides and bending your knees lower your body into a squatting position. Hold yourself in this position for three to five seconds before getting back into the upright standing position.


Stand straight with your hands resting against your waist, then take one step forward with your right foot and lower your body till your right thigh is parallel to the floor. Again hold for two to five seconds and then get back into the standing position. Now repeat it with your left leg and keep alternating your legs to compete at least ten repetitions for each leg.

Sweeps with kicks

For this you need to stand with your feet wide apart and your toes pointing outwards. Place your hands on your hips and keeping your back straight, bend your knees to lower yourself till the time your thighs are nearly parallel to the floor. Hold in this position for a few seconds and then as you’re trying to get back into the standing position kick outwards with your left leg, as if you’re trying to hit a soccer ball. And switch legs after each repetition.

Sidharth Thakur