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12 Blogs That Can Tell You How To Get Rid Of Cellulite On Your Hips And Thighs

You want to know how to get rid of cellulite but one of the most frustrating things is finding good information that will actually help you do it. Below is a list of 12 blogs that can tell you how to get rid of cellulite. All of them have some key information and between the lot of them you should almost touch every key item in the battle against the orange peel look. It’s a combination of little things that lead to success.

The Ultimate Blog List For Battling Cellulite

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We’ve cut through all the confusion for you. Here are the best blogs you can find that give you the straight goods on getting rid of cellulite for good. These are in no particular order, rather it would be good to read them all to get a really good sense of what you need to do to get smooth legs.

1. Skye Taylor wrote and excellent blog for touching on the need to address nutrition, strength training, cardio, and methods of stress reduction (e.g. yoga) to ultimately overcome any bad genetics you may have. It can be done and this article gives the straight goods.

2. Joe Dowdell tells that strength training plus HIIT (high intensity intermittent training), plus good nutrition, good sleep, good hydration are all must’s if you want to get those smooth toned legs you want and we couldn’t agree more.

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3. Paul Eastwood puts together an excellent piece in detailing the treatments available and what they really do (and don’t do). This is a little on the scientific side but if you want to really understand how to get rid of cellulite and if any of those pills, potions, or treatments work, this is a must-read.

4. Angelo Poli in really touches on the importance of intense exercise as well as eating clean. Intense exercise will move you towards the kind of hormonal balance that melts cellulite for good.

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5. The Oxygen Team at set of easy tips to put you on the path to great legs. If you want the cliff notes on what to do this is a good place to start your research.

6. Jenny Sugar over at touches on many factors (hydration, rest, nutrition, cardio, and toning) you need to address and this is a good blog for people who have been inactive for some time.

7. Jessica Matthews explains in that sure there are expensive treatments, but exercise and nutrition is the easiest and most assured way of seeing big changes that last permanently.

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8. Tracey Anderson shows some cool and innovative moves to work the glutes, hamstrings, and quads that you can do from home starting today.

9. Valerie Monroe over at gives you a good history of cellulite and good perspective on the various treatments available. Keep in mind that there is a multi-billion-dollar industry that survives on the insecurity and vanity of women fighting cellulite (which is roughly 90% of people).

10. Dr. Mercola describes in his fitness blog how intermittent fasting can really help get you lean. He goes on to describe why HIIT helps burn fat so much better than other forms of cardio. Finally, he touches on something called “acceleration training”, which is exercising on a vibrating surface i.e. a Power Plate. In our opinion don’t get too caught up in products or gimmicks. If vibrating helps then adding skipping to your exercise routine is all you need to do.

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11. Selene Yeager explains to a good exercise routine with really good instruction, which is far too often a rarity in these types of blogs. Remember that exercise is a skill. The better you get at doing each move the more you will get out of it. Do them wrong and you may not get much out of exercising at all and even risk injury.

12. Angelique Millis breaks down for how to get rid of cellulite. In particular Angelique encourages weight training alongside eating right, staying hydrated, and (if you didn’t know) not smoking. She goes on to say that if you have done all you can do naturally, you may see what treatments may offer your.

This makes the most sense. Don’t get frustrated with potions and treatments that are largely ineffectual if you have avoided the most-effective ways to tackle the issue.

Only You Can Fix Your Cellulite

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Getting rid of cellulite and developing great legs go hand-in-hand. You can’t do one without the other. People who don’t have cellulite are fit there are just no two ways about it.

No one can do it for you and that’s the good news. The power to change is entirely in your hands.

Science Can Be Misleading

There is so much marketing of creams, pills, and treatments disguised as articles and blogs. One problem with blogs that promote products is that there is often some science to back up the validity of a certain product. When you do stumble across these articles keep in mind that the science is incomplete.

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By that I mean that while a certain treatment may deal with a symptom of cellulite temporarily it is not fixing the route issue (hormonal imbalance) and therefore will ultimately not solve the issue.

Don’t Give Up

Rationalizing giving up is a common theme in many blogs and articles. Again always backed by science. The truth is there is always some slice of science to back up near any claim but it’s never the whole story.

You will keep hearing that “it’s genetics”, “even athletes get cellulite”, or “I’ve tried everything”. Don’t fall for this negative approach written by frustrated people looking to give up. In each of these cases people do some things to fix cellulite but are always missing at least one key component to the remedy.

They definitely haven’t tried everything, not by far. The approach is simple. Do it for yourself and you will no doubt see a great change in the appearance of your cellulite.

Here is a summary of the things you need to do:

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Hydration – drink 3 litres of water a day (minimum)
Clean Eating – you need to eat and eat often (5 to 6 small meals a day)
Strength Training – you don’t just need to “tone” you need to get stronger, building some lean muscle is crucial to getting rid of cellulite
Reduce Stress – Being overstressed will throw you hormones out of whack, you have to be proactive with how you deal with stress
• Rest/Sleep – ditto for lack of sleep, do not overlook it
Overcome your genetics – it can be done and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise
Phony creams and treatments – brought to you by the very profitable global beauty industry and marketed to your fears and insecurity. These aren’t the answer.
• History of the condition – understand the whole story behind cellulite so you know how to deal with it moving forward
• Don’t smoke – it damages the skin and can only make things worse
HIIT – developing high intensity in your workouts doesn’t happen overnight, it is a skill that needs to be built over time…and you can do it, you just need to start

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You can do wonders with your legs if you put in the effort, which really isn’t all that much for what you get out of it. Once you do, you will wonder whatever took you so long to get started. Pretty soon the lifestyle changes that you make with exercise and nutrition become habit, then they become something you not only look forward to doing, but something you can’t live without.

If you want great legs you can have them so stop waiting and just do it already. You now know how to get rid of cellulite! At we give you the plan to make it happen. If you want our take on how to get rid of cellulite click here to find out our complete solution.

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  1. Robert says:

    I know too many women who subscribe to the notion that cellulite is irreversible. This is a bad thing for women to believe. It is no different that believing in old wives tales. This is an example of a limiting belief. The reality is that most people have a certain level of trepidation about exercising. I have been working out for years and still, there are times when I feel like procrastinating my workout.

  2. Curtis says:

    I read that this cosmetic condition affects nearly 90% of women at some point during their lives, even women who are otherwise slender and fit. As common as cellulite is, there’s also an awful lot of misinformation out there about what it is, what causes it, and how to get rid of it. So before placing blame, scheduling a cosmetic procedure, or spending a fortune on over-the-counter products, read up on the real story behind cellulite.

  3. Francis says:

    I would love to look like some of the girls in your post but is that even possible when you are over forty? I have found that as I get older it is really easy to gain weight and it is turning to cellulite and nasty jiggly fat faster than it did when I was younger and it is a lot harder to get it off as well. What can I do?

  4. John says:

    I would love to make these changes in my life and start eating nothing but raw foods that come from the earth and do nothing everyday but different kinds of exercise. But what can the women that work full time and have families to take care of do to get this body in half the time that was really put into it for the women in these pictures.

  5. Sandra says:

    I think that it is important to keep track of our cellulite success stories. Not only do they provide clues to help us unfold the cellulite mystery, they also offer motivation for times when cellulite recovery seems impossible. We often hear claims that cellulite is genetic and untreatable. This is why we need to fight to dispel the myths that often leave many women feeling hopeless about their condition.

  6. Carl says:

    Whenever I see photos of fit bodies, like these photos of attractive, fit, toned hips and legs of females, I get inspired to workout. And that is what everybody should do. In fact, I get inspired by looking at photos and videos of both males and females who are fit. This is a must for anyone who has fitness goals. We all need inspiration and motivation, however you can get it.

  7. Bobby says:

    I wish these would work because I have some cellulite that I would love to get rid of and no matter what I do I can’t seem to do it. I have gained back the weight I lost a couple of years ago and it doesn’t look the same as before if that makes any sense at all. I will start this and see what happens next I guess, I can’t give up right?

  8. Debra says:

    I used to be a runner in track I never did long distance running I was more of a sprint gal, and I have to admit that I had a decent rear end at that time but over time and age I don’t anymore it is more square and I have a shelf etc. so I would love to have my butt back. I’ll sure try to make this work though that would be awesome.

  9. Jesus says:

    Anything such as a blog, a photo gallery, a magazine with photos, or even celebrity pictures will serve to inspire me. I also get inspired by watching home workout videos. Either the ones that many people are making on Youtube (and other video sharing networks) or the ones professionally produced (i.e. P90X, insanity, T25, etc.). It keeps me wanting to show up to my workouts.

  10. Nanette says:

    Why is it that no article’s on weight loss, fat loss or cellulite loss for that matter ever mention that it gets harder the older you get? I have been trying your ideas and others with a strict diet for some time now and nothing has happened so far that shows that kind of results. When I was younger the same thing would have worked wonders.

  11. Jeff says:

    Orange peel syndrome. Cottage cheese thighs. Hail damage. There are a lot of pet names for cellulite, each of them unappetizing enough to make us not want to talk about the phenomenon at all. That Photoshop magically soothes the skin of every woman professionally photographed, well, that means as a society, we don’t have to look at it either. But, amidst all this if-you-ignore-it, it-will-cease-to-exist mindset, lie many myths about who gets cellulite and why and an estimated $62 million industry that makes devices to banish it.

  12. Francis says:

    There are so many different articles out there that are supposed to help you lose weight and fat and the like but you don’t hear much about cellulite, I think that is because we pretty well know that there is nothing you can do for it once it starts. I am not ruling anything out though because I will try anything to get rid of it that is for sure.

  13. Carl says:

    Green tea has been proven to aid weight loss by speeding up the metabolism, inhibiting fat absorption and aiding glucose regulation, making it a great beverage choice for anyone who’s looking to shape up and improve their health. However, it’s also good for beating the dreaded orange peel skin. It contains an ingredient called theobromine, which stimulates the release of stored fats in the body, as does the caffeine it contains.

  14. Tonia says:

    I know from experience that a well rounded, diverse workout regimen is important in the quest to reduce cellulite and even prevent it. By diverse I mean a workout that helps one to gain strength and flexibility as well as increase cardio vascular endurance. Raising the heart rate beyond the aerobic zone has proven to burn more fat than a steady, comfortable aerobic exercise. You have to incorporate high intensity intervals into your cardio work.

  15. John says:

    Since Carl mentioned the green tea extract supplement as a weight loss aid, I will attest to the effectiveness of the Garcinia Cambogna supplement. I have been taking it for 6 months now, on and off It really is a very effective appetite suppressant. Another benefit of this supplement is that it boosts your energy if you take it 20 minutes or even right before a workout. The science has proven that if this supplement also improves your fat burning capacity during exercise.

  16. Marian says:

    Not only do I want to get rid of the cellulite but I want to take the rear end that I have and transform it to be one that you see on TV all the time. I have a butt that has a shelf that I can sit kids on around the hip area and I have done squats to beat the band and the butt still doesn’t change. Is there anything I can do?

  17. Tonya says:

    Cellulite is one of the most hated of all cosmetic problems faced by women. It is very common (affecting more than 80% of women) and very hard to treat (until fitness and nutritional science became available from blogs like this one, there were no clinically-proven, long-term remedies), but it’s also very misunderstood. I am glad that trainers like these are helping to enlighten the public through blogs like this one. Thank you. I will continue to follow this blog.

  18. Charles says:

    There some tremendously sexy and inspirations photos of female behinds. It takes commitment and consistency to develop a hard gluteus Maximus like the ones shown on this page. Genetics is a factor, but anyone can develop a great body if you are willing to exercise consistently. Just showing up is half the battle. You don’t have to go all out all the time either. You can dog it some days, but so long as you show up is the important thing.

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