Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) August 23, 2013
After reviewing Truth about Cellulite, in which the Symulast method is explained, http://www.DailyGossip.org has informed that women worldwide can forget about the unaesthetic problem called cellulite by using this program.
According to Daily Gossip Magazine affecting approximately 90 percent of women worldwide and causing them to spend about $12 million on promising treatments, cellulite is wrongly understood by most people.
The magazine has stated that, on contrary to popular belief, cellulite is not a problem of the skin, but of the muscles. This is what fitness expert Joey Atlas concluded IN HIS "Symulast Method" after studying this matter for years.
His studies also led him to a great discovery, as stated on DailyGossip.org. The author discovered that the muscle layer below the subcutaneous fat tissue beneath the skin surface is to blame for the development of cellulite, as that is the place where cellulite reduction occurs. A poor stimulation of the muscle leads to it becoming saggy and causing the skin to have a dimpled appearance.
The revolutionary discovery means that the underlying cause of cellulite is muscle atrophy, which women should tackle in the first place. According to DailyGossip.org, this can be done by following the recommendations issued by Joey Atlas in his book, Truth about Cellulite.
Daily Gossip puts women at ease by telling them that Symulast is not a program meant to build more muscle, but to strengthen and tone the muscles involved in cellulite reduction. The targeted movements in Truth about Cellulite are specially designed to help tone those muscles.
Women who want to get rid of cellulite for good should therefore follow the program and the exercises that it involves. Truth about Cellulite comes in a PDF format that does not require women to waste money on gym memberships and expensive cosmetic treatments.
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