Cellulite Doesn’t Exist, and Here’s How to Reduce It – Episode 34

Bear with me for a moment. “Cellulite” was invented by the fashion magazines and beauty product manufacturers in the 1960s. Before then it didn’t have a special name. So nowadays we’re all being misled into spending fortunes on magic creams that claim to “reduce its appearance” and never do. In this episode, I strip away all the lies, all the nonsense, and reveal what cellulite actually is, and what you can DO to attack it.

8 thoughts on “Cellulite Doesn’t Exist, and Here’s How to Reduce It – Episode 34

  1. Leslie Riddle says:

    Hi Kim!! Thank you so much for addressing the issue of cellulite! I feel like you were talking directly to me!! I should have lived back in the Renaissance time period….my fat cells definitely pushed through the tissue this winter!! I have noticed that my little dimples are not looking as bad since doing your JHS and now starting the Deyogatox! Do you think taking collagen powders help as we age? It is great to know that the fascia blasters, creams, potions…etc do nothing, just good ole burn fat, build muscle and boost circulation!! My doorman told me to stop losing weight because I was losing my booty!! Your 8 week butt camp sounds right up my alley!!! Fabulous podcast today!! I loved it because it really spoke to me!!! Time-Effort-Discipline!! Yes, yes, yes!!! 🙂

  2. Anna Elliott says:

    Kim! Awesome podcast! Thinking ahead to your new glute program coming out in June….I have struggled for many years with on/off SI joint pain and sometimes hip pain. Is it due to weak glutes or a true injury to those areas. Will strengthening them help me? Really looking forward to the release of that program! Thx!

  3. Sharon says:

    Thank you, very useful, well researched and makes sense. I wish I had known this before menopause. I need to be more disciplined and consistent with my workouts. My nutrition is good and I am not overweight – stable for 11 months.

  4. Alicia Embro says:

    Great podcast Kim! Totally in agreement.
    I actually use the “fascia blaster” in conjunction with my deep tissue massages-but understanding it is a massage tool to aid in obtaining blood flow to any area of my body. But not to take the place of good ole hard work building muscle and reducing fat. Your comment regarding the skin sagging even after fat reduction is spot on-must fill it up with muscle to plump it and create the smooth-strong-full structure!
    Thank you for sharing your wisdom with us and I am looking forward to your glute program!

  5. Jude Hiri says:

    Funny but very informative.
    Knowledge helps eliminate wasted effort not to mention money. Thanks Kim 🙂

  6. Sandra says:

    Another great podcast Kim, thank you. I always enjoy listening to you, you’re informative and entertaining. And thank you for making it clear that cellulite is nothing more than fat…

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