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Watch as Prevention fitness expert Chris Freytag does the squat kickback move, which helps firm your butt and thighs.
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Wipe Out Cellulite
Chris Freytag: If you've tried every cream and lotion on the market and still have Cellulite on your thighs and butt, well guess what, it's time for a change. I'm Chris Freytag, Prevention's Fitness Expert and this science-proven workout will help to reduce those lumps and bumps in just one month.
This exercise is called the Squat Kickback and it really focuses on the hamstrings and buns. I have turned slightly sideways so you can see my form in a squat.
Now we're going to sit down into that imaginary chair, putting your buns down and keep your knees tracking over your shoelaces. You want to keep your chest and heart lifted, pull out of that squat, abs tight and extend one leg behind you squeezing your buns.
Back down into that squat, notice I'm using my arms for counterbalance, pull back up, extend the opposite leg. Keep going, alternating legs, squat, lift, squat, lift, you'll really feel it.
Now to make it a little easier, don't go quite as deep into that squat. So you'll come down, just about as far as you comfortably can with the knees in proper position, come up and tap your toe behind you, still getting that glutes squeezed. Other side, great job!
Now to make it a little harder, go ahead and grab a set of hand-weights, that extra resistance is going to work muscles even a little bit more. So hold onto them in that squat and kick it back.
Do about 12 reps on each side and do it consistently and you will like the results you see.