Prepare Your Body For Summer! Easy Foam Roller Exercises To Make Cellulite Disappear On Thighs And Buttocks

Having dimples in your cheeks or your lower back is very cute, but having dimples on your legs and buttocks is a sign that you have to start working these areas because, my dearests, that’s cellulite and you have to get rid of it!

Cellulite massage or exercises are pretty hurtful but if feels so good afterwards when your skin is silky smooth and toned. It actually looks healthy!

Anyhow, the following foam roller exercises are less painful and it will help you get rid of that orange peel skin out from your buttocks and thighs.

So, you are just a few minutes away from getting rid of cellulite and preparing your beautiful body for summer.

Back-of-Thigh Roll

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How To: Sit on the floor with your legs outstretched, then lift your butt and place the roller against the back of your upper thighs, just above your knees. Place your hands on the floor behind you for support, with your fingertips facing your backside. Put your weight on your hands, pressing into your palms, to lift your body up off the floor. Gradually push your body up and down so it moves over the roller under the backs of your thighs. Repeat 10 times.

The Hip Roll

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How To: Lie on your right side, and position the roller under your right hip, keeping your right leg extended on the floor. Bend your left knee, placing your left foot on the floor in front of you for support and leverage. Lift your torso, straightening your right arm, while keeping your hand planted on the mat for balance. Guide your body up and down the roller, along your outer thigh and hip. Repeat 10 times, then switch sides.

The Sleek Arms Roll

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How To: Lie on your right side with the roller under your right armpit so that it is positioned perpendicular to your upper arm. Push yourself so the back of your arm moves the roller toward your elbow and then back up into your armpit. Repeat 10 times, then switch to the other arm.

The Can-Can Tush Roll

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How To: Sit on top of the roller. Place your heels on the floor, and plant your palms on the floor behind you for balance, fingers facing away. Drop your knees down toward the right, then roll your hips and knees to the left. Continue rocking back and forth for 8 to 10 reps total.

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