(Closed) Just a Vent (kinda): Dimply Legs. :-(

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
1111 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@HereWeGo:  I know this is not really useful advice, but truly, try not to let it bother you.  We can all relate.  I know VERY FEW women, even the fittest and most toned women, who don’t have some dimples on their thighs.  It just goes with being a woman for most of us.

The only tip I have is this…  I know you said you practice yoga, but do you do hot yoga?  The cellulite on my legs has really minimized since I started practicing hot Vinyasa yoga (in addition to doing cardio and weights, which never helped my cellulite before the addition of yoga to my routine).  I will never be 100% cellulite-free, but it’s lessened A LOT over the past year of doing hot yoga several times a week.

Post # 4
830 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I am also a thin girl. I’ve noticed if I don’t do weight machines regularly my thighs will also look soft and squishy. I don’t have cellulite or anything but they definitely get jiggly if I’m not working out. Running is cardio. Have you tried squats, lunges, any weight equipment? After taking a few year break from regular workouts I got my whole body toned with no jiggle in less than a month. Chances are you’re the only one who even notices it though. 

Post # 5
5659 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

I’m kind of panicking about the state of my jiggle and being almost exactly one month out from the wedding. I LOVE vinyasa, I really need to find a place by my new house, I really miss the old one but its too inconvenient now. I think the scariest thing for me dimple wise is that my moms are horrible. I’m afraid to have those thighs at her age! But I also take a lot better care of my body exercise wise right now than she has over her life span so hopefully i can keep those pesky things at bay 😉

Post # 6
1152 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Are you on the pill?

I developed cellulite when I got on the pill.  Went off it, cellulite went away. 

What has really helped for me too is running.  You might be on the right track.  I started out running about 10 miles per week and am now running between 25-50 miles per week as I am training for a marathon.   Idk- I’m not a big believer that you need a lot of weight training to be toned- reduced body fat will go a long way, and repeated weight bearing exercise will build muscle.  I also like Bikram yoga.  I really think its effective and helps a lot.  Some people don’t buy the whole flush toxins out/get rid of cellulite thing, but I’m convinced. Works for me.

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