Targeted exercises to problem areas, focus on healthy lifestyle to support improvements Method has independent recommendationsCons
Claims appear a little overblown - there is no magic cure to this stubborn problemsVerdict
Require you to 'implement correctly', but if followed carefully and with attention to lifestyle, could be very helpful
"Truth About Cellulite" by Joey Atlas - REVIEW
Of course you do... but there are so many solutions touted around out there, how do us women know which ones work?
After all, if you want to get those shorts or mini-skirts out come spring, and enjoy yourself at the beach, you want to tackle those lumps and bumps now.
Joey Atlas claims to have discovered the Truth About Cellulite.
'No more phony lotions,' he says. 'No more painful treatments, crazy skin-brushing, body wrapping or "toxin flushing" pills.'
Joey is keen to dismiss many of the alternative solutions. His guide claims to reveal 'surprising secrets' on why skin-brushing, anti-cellulite creams and most common exercises will not get rid of your cellulite.
Joey's method, on the other hand, is 'uniquely targeted' to make cellulite vanish.
Although he does admit that, 'improvements may vary depending on how you implement the method.'
He claims this is 'insider information' which will show you the true cause of cellulite and reveal what is stopping you eliminating yours and 'achieving the ideal body you deserve.'
The whole program is based on targeted exercises and is available via the internet. The entire program is located in a private access area linked to Joey's website.
Joey names his exercise system 'The Naked Beauty/Symulast Method'. It works via targeted muscle stimulation, toning, firming and lifting of the problem areas.
You get both video and printable versions of the Symulast exercise method, along with sample schedules, cardio 'cheat sheets' to help you balance your cardio exercise with the Naked Beauty regime.
Plus a long term cellulite prevention schedule and bonus videos and eating plans.
'Every component to start and follow a targeted cellulite reduction plan,' says Joey.
Some women report seeing results in only two weeks, however it is more realistic to expect to wait 3-4 months to see 'great results' says Joey.
And many women report that they can feel the muscle layer stimulation right from the early stages.
The program works, says Joey, because it reverses the root cause of cellulite - muscular atrophy. Joey's theory is that when muscles are atrophied due to lack of use or stimulation, then the skin on top of them becomes limp and soggy, showing all those unsightly lumps and bumps.
That's why all the other treatments don't work - because they address the skin not the underlying muscle layer.
For $49.95 you can learn the Symulast method.
And the experts agree that you won't find a cellulite cure in cosmetic products or procedures. 'But the more muscle tone you have, the less of a problem it will be,' say dermatology professors.
And many women agree:
'If you want to reduce the appearance of cellulite then gain muscle,' they say.
And there's also general agreement that cellulite is a stubborn problem.
'I think it's pretty hard to get rid of,' said one forum commentator. 'The best you can do is keep doing exercising and weight training. And make sure you eat a healthy diet with little fats and lots of veggies, fruits, and lean protein.'
And one of these commentators recommends Joey's system.
'I have the Joey Atlas system, and so far its helped me' she said.
Joey claims that the symulast exercises are 'simple, unique moves you can start doing today, right in the privacy of your own home' - no gym membership required and no expensive products.
I would have liked to see a few more independent reviews on the system, however it does seem that the theory behind them is sound, and some women have found the exercises helpful.
Visit the official site for The Truth About Cellulite by Joey Atlas
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