8 Simple & Genuine Exercises That Disappears Cellulite Fast

Cellulite is simply fat that has formed in the layer underneath the dermis and epidermis of the skin and is characterized by a dimpling, cottage cheese, orange-peel look. Fat cells are divided into compartments by connective tissue. Men have connective tissue with a pattern that is horizontal or crisscross while women have connective tissue in the shape of honeycomb which allows fat to protrude.


Cellulite is caused by many factors including poor circulation, hormones, genetics, inadequate exercise and unhealthy diet. Although there are creams, lotions and procedures that can be done to reduce cellulite, proper nutrition, cardio exercise and strength training are the safest, most effective, long-term strategies for minimizing the appearance of cellulite. Because cellulite typically appears in the hips, thighs and buttocks, here are some best exercises you can perform to blast away the cellulite on thighs.

Best Workouts That Disappear Cellulite Fast:

1. Back of the Thigh Roll:



  • Sit on a mat with the roller under your upper legs or hamstrings.
  • Place your hands on the mat behind you with the fingers reaching back and the chest open.
  • Press your hands into the mat to lift up your hips.
  • Continue pressing your hands into the mat and engage your core to roll yourself forward, moving the roller from the sitz bones (the bones that you sit on) to just above the knees.
  • Draw the roller back to your sitz bones.
  • Repeat this movement eight to 10 times.

2. Front of the Thigh Roll:



  • Lie down with your belly facing the mat, elbows under your shoulders, palms down.
  • Keeping your legs straight, place the roller just above the front of your knees.
  • Engage your core to prop yourself up and protect your lower back.
  • Ground through your forearms and bend your knees. Using your arms and core, exhale as you roll the roller up the front of your thighs to your hipbones.
  • Inhale as you press the roller down to just above the front of your knees.
  • Repeat this movement eight to 10 times.
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