Thanks to the Power Plate equipment you can tackle a workout that will leave you looking and feeling better in no time. If you follow these steps on a regular basis you can get rid of cellulite far more efficiently than you might think.
Preparing for Your Power Plate Workout
Make sure you have some water nearby while you are working. Each exercise lasts just thirty seconds, but don’t rush to prepare for them or to switch from one to the next. Take your time to ensure you minimise any chance of injury.
Most of the stretches involve the lower body, such as the hamstring stretch on each leg for example. You can also stretch your calf muscles, each in turn, and then proceed to the inner thighs and the 90 degree stretch of each leg. All these exercises should be performed at the 30Hz setting on low. Finally you can end with a stretch from a kneeling position to wake up your quads and hips.
Before you proceed with any movement or exercise, make sure you understand exactly what you need to do. You should also stop if you feel any pain or are unsure whether you can complete a move successfully or not.
Tackling the Power Plate Exercises
The main exercises should be done on a 30-35Hz setting on low. There are three movements to focus on – the glute bridge, which is performed with a step bench and a weight between the knees. The glute bridge is then done again with a band around the knees instead.
Finally you can perform the front plank, in which you rest your elbows on the plate and stretch out your body so you are straight and your toes are positioned on the floor. Each of these moves is held for thirty seconds, and you repeat each one twice. Ideally you should give yourself a half minute break in between each repetition as well.
Learn How to Reduce Cellulite with Massage and Relaxation
Once the exercises are complete you can perform a series of massage procedures at 35 to 40Hz, most of which are performed on either the low or high setting. The only exception is massaging the upper arms and chest, which should only be done on the low setting.
The remaining areas to massage after the exercises are the hamstrings, the quads, the thighs and the hips. You can also do an IT band massage, and the great thing is you only need half a minute on each to feel the benefits.
Power Plate Anti-Cellulite Class
This class is designed to combat cellulite and uses spot-specific training exercises to really focus on cellulite prone areas, as added muscle tone reduces the appearance of cellulite. It utilises the flexibility and massage benefits of Power Plate® training to flush toxins making this a complete and effective way to feel fantastic and full of confidence.