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EXPOSED: The Great Cellulite Conspiracy
One of the most baffling elements of cellulite is:
Why it can be found in a number of women and not others --- And how some women get it as they age and some never get it at all.
When I say 'puzzling' I don't mean perplexing to me I mean 'confusing' to women, as a whole.
This baffling facet of cellulite is one of the leading explanations countless 'cellulite treatment' products can be marketed so cleverly to the target market: Women of all ages who have problem with cellulite.
My purpose for this short article is to supply a very clear knowledge of what results in the dimpled look of skin (what is commonly regarded as cellulite) in women of all ages.
Let begin with the younger woman. It's not rare for teens to have cellulite. Less prevalent in this age group there are females who are not overweight, have a great shape to their body, but have bumpy, dimpled texture of skin in the butt and thigh location. ' Genetics' -- My A$%!
All too regularly this is branded as being caused by "genetics", as in 'being passed on from the mother or grandmother'.
Most of the time this is only partly correct. And here's why:
It's not the appearance of the skin that's been passed down genetically, but rather, its the natural level of muscle tone (I'm not talking about muscle bulk) or lack of muscle tone in this case that gives a very soft and 'mushy' base for the skin to rest on.
Since the muscle structure directly underneath the 'cellulite' skin area has a tendency to be more atrophied in some women (this can be tied to genetics) the out layer of skin simply has no choice but to 'pucker' and dimple instead of laying smoothly tightened around well-toned, firmly lifted muscles.
The good news is that with the CORRECT exercises (anti-cellulite exercises) a young woman can get her muscles to respond. And by stimulating these muscle layers directly atrophy is reversed and a natural toning, shaping and lifting effect occurs resulting in a structural smoothing of each layer of the 'dermis' which ultimately shows as a 'leveling' effect on the outermost layer of the skin the one you see when you look in the mirror.
I'll talk more about specific exercise principles and 'cellulite exercise' misconceptions in future issues but for now, it's time to deal with the issue of 'old' cellulite more often connected with the 'mature' age group 40's, 50's, 60's, etc.
To keep this post focused I'm going to address the kind of woman who was never actually overweight maintains a nice figure and is quite happy with how she looks when fully dressed.
It's not rare for this type of woman to have great looking skin, with no signs of cellulite only to start developing it as she approaches and goes through middle age, And this can happen with no change in weight. (and it can even happen if weight is lost which is another topic I'll address in a future issue)
How does this happen? Where do these ripples, bumps and lumps come from?
What's happening to my body?!!".
Around middle age is when the aging process starts to become evident and physiological changes result in 'symptoms' of physical decline.
One of the most common is muscular atrophy (your muscles get smaller, softer, flatter and weaker).
So, we can see a young woman go through her teens, early adulthood maybe through a pregnancy or 2 without even a spot of cellulite. For her having tightly smoothed great looking skin is something she is used to. But
Middle-age then rolls around and without the right type of exercise routine the muscle layers in all the female trouble spot zones begin to atrophy. They get flatter, they become 'limp' and slowly get weaker.
So, what this ultimately shows us is that the appearance of cellulite in a 17 year old as compared to a 72 year old is caused by the exact same thing: soft, undeveloped, flat, and limp muscle layers directly beneath the cellulite areas.
The bogus marketing ploys that we see, hear and read about in all of the media is simply geared toward forcing you to believe why some passive method or some superficial treatment is going to get rid of your cellulite. Even the gimmick of 'internal flushing of built-up toxins' tries to make you think that such a thing can happen to your body and that's why you have cellulite, BUT
So, with the cause of cellulite being directly tied to the condition of the muscle layers you can be sure that the only proven way to reverse it is through a targeted and focused exercise routine. An anti-cellulite exercise routine that stimulates muscle toning, lifting and firming naturally resulting in the beautiful smoothing and tightening effect on the outer layer of your skin ultimately, getting rid of cellulite.
This basic physiological response has no age exclusions. The stimulus/response action of a muscle is the same no matter how old you are or how young you are.
The only thing you need to be sure of is that you are following a program specifically designed as a proven anti cellulite exercise routine, such as NAKED BEAUTY.
Can I Get Rid Of Cellulite On My Bum
And An Anti-Cellulite Diet?
The truth answer is "Yes." But it's not really a "diet". It's more like a nutrient dense, high quality way of eating (NOT for weight loss). HOWEVER this way of eating is only most effective when it is added to a cellulite-specific exercise method.
So, unless you are providing the right stimulation to the muscle layers of your trouble spots and problem areas then the "anti-cellulite diet" isn't going to do much for you (Although it is very good for long term energy, health and hormone regulation). this video that shows you the 90 muscles in your lower body then you want to take a minute or two and watch it. When you see how your body is structured you'll understand the secret to getting rid of your cellulite depends on how you stimulate those muscles in your leg, butt, thigh and hip areas.
It's not uncommon for teens to have cellulite. And here's why:
It's not the appearance of the skin that's been passed down genetically but rather, its the natural level of muscle tone (I'm not referring to muscle bulk) or lack of muscle tone in this particular case that leaves a very soft and 'mushy' base for the skin to rest on.
We are able to watch a young woman experience her teens, early adulthood maybe through a pregnancy or 2 without even a spot of cellulite. For her having tightly smoothed good looking skin is something she is used to, But
Middle-age then rolls around and without the right form of cellulite specific exercise method the muscle layers in all the female trouble spot zones begin to atrophy.
So, unless you are providing the right stimulation to the muscle layers of your trouble spots and problem areas then the "anti-cellulite diet" isn't going to do much for you (Although it is very good for long term hormone, energy and health regulation).
The Dimples, Ripples and Shadows of Cellulite Get Worse if They Are Not Handled Properly. And the worse it gets, the tougher it is to turn around.