MELT Moves for Cellulite
Cellulite is the nemesis for every woman’s body. Unfortunately creams and gels can do nothing to actually combat cellulite. You’re best bet to get rid of cellulite noninvasively is to rehydrate your connective tissue.
Here’s the deal, between your skin and muscles is system known as your connective tissue. Much like a workable sponge we want this layer to be hydrated and supple. However, this connective tissue dehydrates through many variables including repetitive movements and long periods of compression. Just think for a minute how much you may or may not sit. Those long periods of sitting compress the back of your thighs and lower butt dehydrating this connective tissue. Creator of the MELT Method, Sue Hitzmann explains, “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.”
Which is why when we lose weight we still have cellulite and why even skinny people still have cellulite. While slimming down can definitely help the appearance of cellulite, it certainly won’t fix it. If you want to reduce or get rid of your cellulite than get to the root of the cause! Here are 3 moves that not only help with cellulite but will also help your entire body look younger. The extra bonus is you will feel younger too.
This blog was written by B2N MELT Instructor