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3 Easy Exercise Moves To Blast Cellulite From Your Thighs.Best forms of beauty

3 Easy Exercise Moves To Blast Cellulite From Your Thighs | StyleCaster 
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Ever notice how even your enviably fit pals (and celebs!) still have some cellulite? That’s because it has little to do with how much you work out or even what you eat (Having more body fat obviously increases the odds that cellulite will appear, but decreasing your body fat is not a guarantee you’ll get rid of it), says Sue Hitzmann, founder of The MELT Method—a self-treatment system that focuses on the body’s connective tissue to eliminate pain, improve performance, flexibility, and range of motion, and reduce tension and imbalances in the body that come from everyday living (think: lifting groceries, running a marathon—even sitting).

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So, what is to blame for cellulite then? Although it’s a complicated topic and the root cause is still being studied and debated in the scientific community, Hitzmann says the lumpy, clumpy, cottage-cheese textured appearance on your thighs is primarily due to dehydrated connective tissue (the collagen-based tissue that supports everything from your skin to your bones and everything in between). Allow us to explain…
In between your skin and muscles, there’s a layer of connective tissue. Think of it like a sponge around your muscles. If the sponge is hydrated, it stays supple and juicy, says Hitzmann. But, if it gets dehydrated, the fat cells in your legs can multiply (unlike the fat cells in your stomach, which actually expand, rather than multiply). “This damages the collagen fibers in your thighs and stretches them out like an old sweater that’s lost its shape—resulting in the appearance of cellulite on your skin,” says Hitzman. That’s why, even when you lose weight and reduce body fat, you can still see cellulite—the collagen-based tissue is still damaged. Slimming down can certainly help, but the real way to reduce the appearance of cellulite is to get to the root of the problem and rehydrate the tissue.

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Your first line of defense: Move more. Sitting all day chronically compresses the backs of your legs so simply standing up for five minutes every hour can help keep the connective tissue hydrated.
Even better? Add these three MELT moves to your routine. They help stimulate the cells in your connective tissue to restore its “juiciness,” says Hitzmann. “If you do these moves every day for 10 minutes for four weeks, you should begin to see a noticeable difference,” says Hitzmann. To do the moves, you’ll need a MELT soft body roller ($59.99, You can also try wrapping a yoga mat around a firm foam roller to provide some cushion

  It's easier than you think! 

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