Wayne L. Westcott has a proven anti-cellulite plan that takes as little as 20 minutes per day.
Cellulite is one of life’s very stubborn annoyances that millions of women fight with. You can change your diet, goop on lotion after lotion and spend a small fortune trying to get rid of it… only to drive yourself crazy. Well believe it or not, there is a proven formula that can help you reduce your cellulite and it only takes 20 minutes per day, three days a week!
Wayne L. Westcott developed the Cellulite Solution Exercise Plan and was quoted on ABC News saying that 70 percent of the women in their study reported a significant decrease in cellulite. They had 16 women follow the plan for eight weeks, with ages ranging from 26 to 66. Every one of them reported at least some reduction in their cellulite. The average results? A loss of 3 pounds of fat and 1 ½ inches lost around the hips, as well as adding 2 ½ pounds of muscle.
The study focused on women, because it’s usually women who develop cellulite. Although men can, they normally don’t end up fighting this battle. Why? Because the connective tissue fibers under their skin run with a criss-cross and horizontal pattern. Women on the other hand are different. Women’s connective tissues are built in honeycomb-like pattern. The smallest increase in fat and bulges easily form, creating that dimpled, cottage-cheese effect we call cellulite.
Women also tend to replace 5 pounds of muscle with a scary 15 pounds of fat throughout each and every decade after becoming an adult. To truly reduce cellulite, you have to reverse this process. You have to start replacing fat with muscle again if your anti-cellulite plan is going to work at all. Muscle is firmer and takes up less space. You have to start getting rid of all those fat deposits under the skin. Here’s an outline of the Cellulite Solution Exercise Plan that Mr. Westcott developed…
Do two minutes of cardio. This can be walking, biking, or whatever you like. Pick up the intensity, to where you’re breathing harder but you’re able to talk, for eight minutes. Then slow it down and rest for two minutes.
Do 10 to 15 repetitions of strength training with weights. Use weights that will make you feel as if you can’t do anymore after you’ve done the 10 to 15 reps. If you can swoop through the exercise and reps easily, then your weights are too light.
Stretch the muscles you just used for the strength training. Mr. Westcott says that this simple step boosts your strength training by a whopping 20 percent.