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What do you need to know about getting rid of cellulite?

The fearsome dimpled, cottage-cheese, orange-peel look bothers a lot of people. Even skinny people can have cellulite. 

The first thing you should know is that, in the true medical sense, cellulite is simply plain old fat. Its presence is always greater in the buttocks, belly, and thighs due to the concentration of fat-storage hormones that are more prevalent in the lower body. 

To some extent, genetics determine how much cellulite a person has, these factors mean that some people are destined to have cellulite no matter how hard they work out. But there are ways to reduce its appearance.

What works and what doesn't?

Cellulite cream products or cosmetic treatments won’t work. No cream applied to the skin can penetrate the skin and rearrange the fat cells beneath the surface. Cosmetic treatments will only have temporary effects.

Some trainers claim that with the right moves, your trouble zones would disappear and your body would be dimple-free. But it's not that simple. Getting rid of cellulite requires proper exercise, nutrition, better blood circulation, and the control of the fat-storage hormones.

Dieting alone can help, but often without exercise, part of the weight loss is muscle mass, and muscle mass is what keeps your metabolism high (makes you burn more calories). If you lose too much muscle, later when you return to your usual eating habits, you’ll likely regain more weight than you lost because your metabolism is now slower and you are burning less calories. 

The best strategy is to increase your caloric expenditure “spend more calories than you consume through food”; if you combine cardio exercises with HIIT sessions you have a greater improvement in body composition.

Are you looking for an elaborate plan to reduce cellulite?

FITSQUAD is here to help, follow this shock treatment to reduce your cellulite, reducing body fat, firming the muscle underneath the skin, boosting circulation and blood flow.

1. Cut out of your diet - sugar, soft drinks, alcohol, and fried food. 2. HIIT sessions, 2 to 3x a week that are each 20 to 30 minutes long ( the more sessions the better, but keep it short). FREE HIIT sessions you can do at home (click here). 3. 60 minutes or more of cardio exercise a week (cycling, running, swimming, walking fast, skipping, etc.) It can be divided into two 30 min sessions a week, or three 20 min sessions a week. You know your schedule best - so tailor it to fit your busy life :]

4. Hydration: at least 2 litres of water per day. At the very least. 


It works and you are going to be happy with the results.

I guarantee!

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