by Gale Compton
TRANSFORM YOUR BODY with our step-by-step program!
If you want to reshape your legs while at the same time reducing cellulite, this workout is for you. Resistance training is a type of exercise that causes the muscles to contract against an external resistance. When performing this type of training it is expected that gains will be made in strength, tone, mass and endurance. The most commonly used equipment in resistance training are dumbbells, weighted barbells, exercise machines and workout/resistance bands.
Resistance Training Workout: This routine involves lifting heavy weights (as heavy as possible while maintaining correct form) and doing fewer reps.
NOTE: This workout is designed for either the gym or home gym. A workout partner is recommended for spotting. This cellulite reducing workout is most effective when combined with a Skinny eating lifestyle.
Videos below show correct form.
Complete the following exercises by resting 30 seconds after each set and 1 minute after each exercise.
Leg Press – 6 reps; 3 sets
Squats – 6 reps; 3 sets
Stiff Legged Deadlifts – 10 reps; 3 sets
Leg extensions – 6 reps; 3 sets
Leg curls – 6 reps; 3 sets
In order to gain the most benefit from this or any other workout, it is important to set aside 30-45 minutes for performing this workout. Also, track your progress which will help determining if and when you should increase the weight, repetitions or sets.
Stiff Legged deadlifts
This workout was designed by Gale Compton who is a nationally certified fitness instructor. Gale received her training from the National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association.
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