Product: Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux Review
KICK-BUTT CELLULITE REDUX
This is a review of the Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux program from a cast in stone skeptic, who spent years trying to return her once smooth skin back to its original college time spender. Now that I am 40, my bottom and backside looks like the skin of an orange, only not as pretty. In other words, the cellulite, as I now understand it, was crumbling over my untoned and office chair perched muscles of my backside and thighs.
But that was before I tried the Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux program. Also before I tried this program, I think I had tried all the others as well. The remnants of these other half-baked solutions sit in my closets and drawers at home and at work – all reminding me of how futile those programs are, and how much money I wasted on them. For example, in the bath, I have one drawer full of washcloths, scrubbers, and even a rotting horsehair mitt! At work I have a drawer full of creams and gels, and a pharmaceutical section of pills and herbal solutions. In my bedroom closet I have a shelf piled full of body wraps, vibrating massagers, and rollers. I even have a pair of rubber underwear hanging in there!
Well, suffice to say that none of those ideas worked, however well intentioned or scientifically designed. But I will tell you what did: the Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux program.
First off, this program is a lot about getting the right information on the problem of cellulite, or in my case, orange skin behind. Part of the Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux package is a subscription to the ‘The Cellulite Reduction Report’ published by Joey E. Atlas, a certified personal fitness trainer. This report has in-depth information on the latest cellulite reduction scams making the rounds, and saved me from wasting money on the painful Lypomassage treatment centers that just sprouted up where I live.
But the main program is not about reading; it’s all about doing. Joey Atlas shows you how an Exercise Physiology schedule can get the Cellulite reduction job done in his Naked Beauty eBook and video. The Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux package includes those, plus sample 22-minute each schedules that you can use as a guide.
Then there are the Anti-Cellulite Cardio exercises. These are 18-minute routines that Joey says are sure to bust up the cellulite. And these routines really worked for me. I happened to already own a stair stepper that I used to use before getting bored with that. But now, in my Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux routines, I use it religiously.
Another important part of the program is the second video on getting a flat sexy stomach. I always considered my stomach to be sexy (my husband thinks so) but I would not call it flat. It’s something I always wanted, but never thought too much about it until my tummy started to resemble my orange-skin bottom. These exercises are not the easiest I have ever done, but you can tell they are doing the job.
Also part of my Naked Beauty exercise routine is the exercise routine outlined in the third online video called Tightly Toned Arms. This video is geared at preventing flabby arms like grandma has, which has always been a fear of mine, especially since I once read that cellulite is genetic (this was false, I learned by reading the included e-newsletter).
And lastly, the Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux program comes with a DVD that you get free in the mail, titled ‘Your Women’s Total Body Home Fitness’. This DVD contained a generalized fitness program great for the whole body and not just my once lumpy backside.
So all in all, I highly recommend the the Kick-Butt Cellulite Redux program, which in just under one month did more than anything now discarded in my closets and drawers.