cellulite by eliken

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									Sep, 20/2010 - Why don't they Get it, Cellulite is Not Fat, and Can Be Removed?
                                                                                                   By Eliken


Most people do not really understand the term and origin of cellulite. The common misconception is
that cellulite is fat just under the skin. The word cellulitis literally means inflammation of the cells. It is
a skin infection that involves areas of tissue just below the surface of the skin. Cellulitis can affect any
area of the body, but it's most common on exposed body parts, such as the face, arms, or lower legs.
Cellulitis can be caused by many different types of bacteria. Cellulitis usually begins in an area of
broken skin — like a cut, bite, or scratch. People who have body piercings may be susceptible to
cellulitis because the hole where the skin is pierced provides an opportunity for bacteria to get beneath
the surface of the skin more easily.
But cellulitis can also start in areas where the skin hasn't been broken, especially in people with
chronic conditions such as diabetes or who are taking medicines that affect the immune system.
It’s the one wish every woman with the bumps, dimples and orange peel – would do anything for. From
slender, young women to older and flabbier women – the appearance of cellulite can affect any female
– at any point in her lifetime, with common results being a loss of a degree of self confidence, and
concern for her appearance..
Unfortunately, despite all the various “ways to get rid of it” – there is only one way that actually works.
A specifically targeted, lower body exercise program can get rid of cellulite. Let me clarify – it can get
rid of the appearance of cellulite. See, there really is no substance in, or under, the skin known as
cellulite. Cellulite is simply the name given the appearance of the bumps, dimples and orange peel
effect on a woman’s lower body.
But with all the confusion caused by the mass media and unscrupulous marketers – the average woman
has been led to believe there is something actually in, or beneath her skin called cellulite. This can’t be
further from the truth. But because of this misleading education – 97% of women who have ‘cellulite’
end up buying into the sales pitches behind the pills, lotions, body wraps, gadgets, machines, medi-spa
treatments and skin scrubs. With no results to show for the money wasted and time spent.
Not only is it frustrating – it’s demoralizing. So much so, that most women give up. But some do not –
they keep looking. And the fortunate ones come across an exercise program specifically designed to
reduce and get rid of cellulite.
For specific matters of achieving a tightly smoothed look in your legs, buns, hips and thighs – you only
need to focus on a core group of exercises. These exercises create powerful muscle toning synergy
when combined with proper form, tempo and sequence. This combination reverses the effects of
muscular atrophy. Muscular atrophy is where a muscle, or group of muscles, is only used minimally.
For example – most women simply walk from one place to another – or they are on a basic cardio
exercise program or yoga routine which is not intended to firm and tone certain muscles groups.
By reversing muscular atrophy – you get rid of the mushy softness under the skin – and you develop a
certain degree of natural muscle density. This natural level of muscle density pushes out on the
superficial skin layers and levels out the uneven surface of the visible skin. It sounds pretty simple –
because it is. It’s basic physiology. No hype, no lies, no sneaky marketing production. For more
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