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  » Banish cellulite - in 20 minutes 3 times per week  »   Banish Cellulite--In 20 Minutes three times per week!
Finally, a proven solution for firmer and smoother legs

by Selene Yeager

Cottage cheese thighs. Seems that no matter how much you diet or how much money you spend on products and potions, those ugly, orange-peel bumps are still there, stuck to your bottom half and impossible to conquer.

As part of our war against ugly cellulite we are introducing our clients to additional information which in conjunction with our 'Lipodissolve Professional Kit' will give the best and fastest results.

Well, get ready to win! We're going to show you how to shed cellulite and the best part: It takes only 20 minutes, 3 days a week.

"With the right exercise plan, you can reduce cellulite and make your lower body look smoother and firmer," says Prevention advisor Wayne L. Westcott, PhD, who recently developed the Cellulite Solution Exercise Plan. "When we put 16 women ages 26 to 66 on our program for 8 weeks, all of them reported less cellulite in their lower body. And 70% of them reported a lot less."

It wasn't just wishful thinking. On average, the women lost just over 3 lb of fat, added 2 1/2 lb of muscle, and shed almost 1 1/2 inches from their hips. What's more, ultrasound tests confirmed it. Overall, the women shrank the lumpy fat layer on their thighs by 1.3 millimeters (mm) and increased smooth muscle tissue in the same area by 1.8 mm. It doesn't sound like much, but it definitely made their legs look smoother and firmer.

The Truth About Cellulite
The best part of this program is that it puts to rest the mistaken notion that cellulite is some mysterious condition. Despite what you've heard about trapped toxins or poor circulation being to blame, cellulite is one thing--fat. It just looks different because of how it's arranged.

Everyone has strands of connective tissue that separate fat cells into compartments and connect fat tissue to skin. In women, these fibers form a honeycomb-like pattern, so any increase of fat in a given area tends to bulge. You don't see cellulite in men because their fibers run in a horizontal, criss-cross pattern that prevents bulging or dimpling.

So why does cellulite seem to appear out of nowhere and get worse as we get older? There are two reasons. First, it's because tissue changes. Those strands of connective tissue thicken with age, and our skin gets thinner, says Katie Rodan, MD, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at Stanford University. "The combined effect is more pronounced cellulite," she explains.

Second, and more important, the average woman loses 5 lb of muscle and replaces it with about 15 lb of fat every decade of her adult life, says Dr. Westcott. "Because fat is exceptionally soft, it doesn't keep our skin taut like muscle does. It also takes up more space, so it bulges out."

To get rid of cellulite, you have to reduce the underlying fat stores and replace lost muscle tissue. "You won't find a cellulite cure in cosmetic products or procedures," says Jeffrey Sklar, MD, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Columbia University in New York City. "But the more muscle tone you have, the less of a problem it will be."

The Cellulite Solution Exercise Plan
Follow this 3-step, 20-minute program 3 days a week, and watch those ripples disappear.

Step 1: Cardio--Warm up with 2 minutes of moderate walking, cycling, or stairclimbing (you can use indoor stationary machines). Increase intensity for 8 minutes. Work vigorously enough to be breathing hard but still able to talk in short sentences. Lower the intensity, and cool down for 2 minutes.
Step 2: Strength--Do one set of 10 to 15 repetitions of each of the following exercises, using a heavy enough weight to fatigue the muscles. (This is essential for optimum muscle building in these areas.) Your muscles are fatigued when you feel as though you can't do even one more repetition. When you can easily complete 15 reps, increase the weight slightly. Work slowly, counting 2 seconds to lift and 4 seconds to lower.
Step 3: Flexibility-- After each strength training exercise, you need to stretch the muscle you just worked. Do each stretch once, holding for 20 seconds. Dr. Westcott has found that adopting this stretching strategy can boost strength training results by 20 percent.
Dumbell Squat

Stand with your back to a chair and your feet about shoulder-width apart. Hold dumbbells down by your sides, palms facing in. Keeping your back straight, bend from the knees and hips as though you are sitting down. Don't let your knees move forward over your toes. Stop just shy of touching the chair, then stand back up.

Stretch
Follow with a lying hamstring stretch: Lying faceup, with legs extended, use a towel or rope to pull each leg in toward your chest. Don't lock your knee.
Lunge
Standing with your feet together, hold dumbbells down at your sides with palms facing in. Take one big step forward with your right leg. Plant your right foot, then slowly lower your left knee toward the floor. Your right knee should be at a 90-degree angle, and your back straight. Press into your right foot, and push yourself back to the starting position. Repeat with your left leg.
Stretch
Follow with a standing quadriceps stretch: Standing straight, gently pull your right foot toward your butt. Repeat with the left leg.
Advanced Step-Up and Scissors Press
Try these exercises:

Advanced Step-Up

Using an aerobic step or regular step and holding dumbbells, start with both feet on the step. Keeping your left foot planted on the step, step off the back with your right foot. Before touching the floor, press up with your left leg to bring the right one up again. Repeat for one set, then switch legs.
Stretch

Follow with a lying glute stretch: Lying faceup with legs extended, alternately pull each knee (grasping behind the thigh) toward your chest.

Scissors Press

Tie an exercise band loosely just above your knees. Lie on your back with your arms down at your sides, and extend both legs straight up directly above your hips; your feet should be spread wide enough that the band is taut. Slowly open your legs as far as you can. Pause when the tension becomes too great to pull any farther, then slowly close back to the starting position.

Stretch

Follow with a lying figure-four stretch. Lying faceup, cross your right ankle over your left knee, and pull your left leg (from behind the thigh) toward your chest. Switch legs.

Inner Thigh Squeeze and On-the-Ball Ab Curl
Try these exercises:

Inner Thigh Squeeze

Lie faceup with your arms at your sides. Bend your knees slightly, and raise your legs so they form a 90-degree angle with your body. (If this is too difficult, bend your knees more and lift your legs only as high as is comfortable.) Place an inflated exercise ball (the kind you use for abdominal crunches) between your knees; your feet should be flexed. Slowly squeeze your legs together against the resistance of the ball as hard as you can, making sure to keep your knees bent slightly. When the resistance becomes too great to press any farther, hold for 3 seconds. Then slowly open back to the starting position.
Stretch
Follow with a butterfly stretch: Sitting with the soles of your feet together, place your hands on the top of your inner thighs, knees out to the sides, and lean forward from the hips.
On-the-Ball Ab Curl
Sit on an exercise ball with your feet on the floor shoulder-width apart. Fold your arms across your chest. Lean back (the ball will roll slightly forward) so that your rear and the small of your back are pressing against the ball. Contract your abdominal muscles, and lift your shoulders forward a few inches. Hold, then lower.
Stretch
Follow with a ball stretch: Start in the same position as the ab curl. Move your hands behind your head and relax your body, letting it drape over the ball. You should feel a stretch along your midsection.