Yes, genetics play a role in the amount of cellulite one carries, the elasticity of the skin, the smoothness & tightness, & the texture & thickness of your body/skin- but that doesn’t mean you are condemned to a life of rippled, jiggly, or cellulite bumps on your body.
Diet plays a major role in the way your body looks and feels & diet plays THE MAJOR ROLE in how smooth & flawless one can look. My programs are designed to not only take your physique to whatever level of fitness you desire, but inevitably because you are eating clean, your skin begins to tighten in texture, looks smoother, & literally becomes shrink wrapped to your muscle as time goes on. This does NOT happen over night- there are no special creams, lotions, or positions to speed up the process either. The change in your body occurs over time- as you gain lean muscle, raise your metabolism, and continue to eat clean & purify your body, your physique will begin to change, be reshaped, & become flawless. Diet kicks in within the first two weeks and most of my clients begin seeing a noticeable difference during that time. The body continues to shrink & becomes firmer only when you are consistent with the diet- stop and go & yo-yo dieting/clean eating is NOT going to cut it. What makes my programs so remarkable is NOT that my clients are transforming as that is possible for anyone to achieve, but whats most notable is the timeframe in which I take bodies of all shapes and sizes to that next level! What some may think would take 6 months, a year, or a lifetime to attain, I provide a plan that takes one body to the ultimate level of fitness in less than 3 months!
Training (specifically weight training) is essential to the transformation program as building lean muscle is vital to raising ones metabolism. The more lean muscle you carry, the more fat you will be burning even at rest! Muscle does not replace fat and fat does not replace muscle- they are two separate things that can both coexist together. My clients are NOT spending 4 hours a day in the gym! Their cardio is kept to a minimum- possibly 20-40 minutes depending on where their body is at and what we are trying to achieve. Weight training is a regular session lasting anywhere from 35-65 minutes a day- that is it! I remind my clients to think in terms of QUALITY NOT QUANTITY! Its not the amount of time you spend in the gym but rather the efficiency in the effort and work you do and put into the process.