8 Most Effective Exercises to Reduce Cellulite on Butt

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Cellulite on butt is the most feared enemy of women occurs in most women and do not take in to account the weight or age. Back exercises are a challenge because they are quite difficult and muscles work both butt and leg muscles.

 

To get rid of cellulite on buttocks and strengthen the muscles in this area. here are some simple exercises to against cellulite

1. Lunges:

These are one of the best exercises to get bigger buttocks. Apart from growing your butt, these lunges can also help in getting rid of the cellulite from your booty.

How to Do:

  • Stand straight with hands on your hips and feet slightly kept apart.
  • Now, stretch your right leg forward, with left leg touching the ground flat.
  • Return to basic standing position and switch the leg.
  • Try to perform at least 3 sets of 15 exercises each, on both legs.
  • If you want to increase the complexity, use weights.

2. Pistol Squat:

How to Do:

  • Stand with your back straight and your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart.
  • Raise your right leg off the floor, and hold it there. (A) Place your arms in front of you for balance, and
    start lowering your butt toward the ground.
  • Be careful so your knees don’t go past your toes. Return to the standing position
  • Push your hips back and lower your body as far as you can. (B) Pause, then push your body back to the starting position.

    3. Reverse Lunge:

How to Do:

  • Grab a pair of dumbbells and hold them at arm’s length next to your sides, your palms facing each other.
  • Step backward with your right leg, and lower your body until your left knee is bent at least 90
    degrees and your right knee nearly touches the floor.
  • Push yourself back to the starting position by pressing into the floor with your left heel.
  • That’s 1 rep. Do all your reps, then repeat with your right leg.

4. Single-Leg Hip Raise:

How to Do:

  • Lie face up on the floor with your left knee bent and your right leg straight. (Your right leg should be
    in line with your left thigh.) Now try to make your stomach as skinny as possible and hold it that way.
  • Squeeze your glutes and raise your raise your hips until your body forms a straight line from your
    shoulders to your knees. (Your left leg should stay elevated the entire time.)
  • Pause for 2 seconds, as you keep your tummy tight and continue to squeeze your glutes. Then lower back to the starting position and repeat.
  • Key pointer: Your torso and hips should move as one unit. So the arch in your lower back should remain the same from start to finish.
  • This way, you’re primarily doing the work with your glutes, not your lower back and hamstrings.

5. Elevated Lunge:

How to Do:

  • Begin by standing a few feet in front of a step and reach left foot back so toes are on the bench and heels lifted.
  • Bend the right knee, lowering your body toward the floor until both knees are bent at a 90-degree angle.
  • If your right knee extends in front of your ankle when you lower, move your right foot farther forward.
  • Squeeze the glute as you press yourself back to start, keeping the weight in your right leg.
  • Continue moving down and up for desired number of reps and switch sides.

6. Around-the-Clock Lunges:

Muscles worked: Gluts, hamstrings, quads, inner and outer thighs buttocks
Reps: 3 sets of 15

How to Do:

  • With your hands on your hips, lunge forward with your right foot to the 12 o’clock position.
  • Return to standing position, then lunge to the right to the 3 o’clock position.
  • Return to standing position, then lunge backward to the 6 o’clock position.
  • Then lunge to the side, reaching your right leg to the 8 or 9 o’clock position. Switch legs and repeat.

7. Lateral Goblet Lunge:

Stand with feet together, holding one heavier dumbbell vertically by one end with both hands at chest height, elbows bent by sides, to start.

How to Do:

  • Keeping left leg straight and both feet pointing forward, step right leg as far right as possible, bending the knee and lowering hips deeply [shown].
  • Push off right foot to return to start. Do 20 reps.

8. Hydrant Exercises:

How to Do:

  • Get on your knees and lean with both hands on the floor.
  • Keeping your right leg bent, raise the foot as high as you can, then return to starting position and raise the leg aside.
  • Perform 3 sets of 10 or 15 Exercises then change leg.

 

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