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    What is the best exercise for back and thighs? Which supplement is useful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithdaewon View Post
    What is the best exercise for back and thighs? Which supplement is useful?
    Why are you asking that on this thread?
    "The only way you can hurt the body is not use it. Inactivity is the killer and, remember, it's never too late."
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    Quote Originally Posted by smithdaewon View Post
    What is the best exercise for back and thighs? Which supplement is useful?

    Quote Originally Posted by sassy69 View Post
    Why are you asking that on this thread?
    Moved here. Thought Girl Talk or one of the Q&A threads would work, too.

    Best exercise for back and thighs? The exercises you'll perform consistently.

    Back: rows, pulldowns,
    Thighs: squats, leg press, lunges,

    Supplements? Useful for what, overall health?
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    Thanks Curt, and yes supplements for overall health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithdaewon View Post
    Thanks Curt, and yes supplements for overall health.
    Would love to read what others have to say on that topic.

    I've been taking a multi, vitamin D, fiber, and whey isolate shakes daily.

    What are you currently taking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt James View Post
    Would love to read what others have to say on that topic.

    I've been taking a multi, vitamin D, fiber, and whey isolate shakes daily.

    What are you currently taking?

    Hi Curt, Initially I am not taking any type of multivitamins. I am taking eggs and boiled chicken in my daily diet.

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    CLA, fish oil, digest all, one a day multi vitamin, tribulus, inosene, chromium, green tea extract


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    Quote Originally Posted by smithdaewon View Post
    Hi Curt, Initially I am not taking any type of multivitamins. I am taking eggs and boiled chicken in my daily diet.
    What else is in your diet besides eggs and boiled chicken?

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    According to the National Institutes of Health, cellulite is fat that is deposited in pockets just below the surface of the skin. When it appears, the skin takes on a dimpled appearance that can cause feelings of self-consciousness. If you currently have cellulite on the back of your thighs, exercises can be done to help reduce its appearance. The muscles you need to target are the hamstrings.

    Cardiovascular Training

    The only way to truly get rid of fat on your body is through cardiovascular training. Perform any type of cardio that involves contractions of your hamstrings, such as stair climbing, biking, running, rowing and swimming. Try to accumulate at least 45 minutes of cardio four to five days a week.

    Cable Kickbacks

    Cable kickbacks work your hamstrings and glutes and they are performed with an ankle strap and cable machine. Fasten the strap to your lower right leg, clip it to a low setting on one side of the machine and face the weight stack. Keeping your leg straight, push back and lift your leg in the air by contracting your hamstrings. Slowly lower your leg, repeat for 10 to 12 reps and switch sides.

    Lunges

    Lunges work your hamstrings and quads, and they can be done with a barbell placed across the top of your shoulders or dumbbells held at your sides. The execution is the same either way. Step forward with your right foot, lower yourself down by bending your knees and stop when your right thigh parallels the floor and left knee is an inch above. Slowly bring your feet back together and repeat with your left leg leading. Alternate back and forth for 10 to 12 repetitions.

    Good Mornings

    Good mornings work the hamstrings, butt and lower back muscles simultaneously and they are done with a barbell held across the shoulders. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, your back straight and knees slightly bent. Slowly bend forward and push your butt backwards. Once you feel a strong contraction in your hamstrings, stand up and repeat 10 to 12 times. Do not use a lot of weight with this exercise..

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