How to Get Bigger Hips
Every girl wants to look curvier and sexier to boost their self-confidence. Some girls are already blessed with this beautiful figure. Still, if you are one of those people who are ‘flat’ or are not curvy enough, you can work out to achieve the desired body physique you want.
This article will introduce you to some workout procedures, tips, and tricks to help you get that body you have always dreamt of having.
There are numerous big butt and hips creams on the market, but these do not work, and they are meant to dupe you. Wide hips are in the genes, and if you have less of it, you can only work out to get a fraction of it.
It is possible to get wider hips and round buttocks. Apart from working out, you can watch your diet and add some dietary supplements to help you gain some weight.
To strengthen your hip and abdominal muscles in a way that will emphasize an hourglass figure, take the guide below and start exercising today.
This exercise is meant to sculpt your hips by challenging your glutes to accelerate and decelerate your abductors while building strength.
The exercise keeps your inner thighs flexible and strengthens your core to help you get wider hips and big buttocks. You can do this exercise with your hands on your hips or behind your head or add dumbbells to make it more challenging.
Start by standing straight with your feet together.
Leading with your right foot, step out to the side, bending your knee as you land, keeping your left leg straight. Slightly rotate your leg and foot out to the side, and be sure to align your bent knee over your second toe.
Continue to bend deeper into your right knee and move your hips back, keeping your abdominals engaged and your spine neutral. Your torso will hinge forward slightly.
Keep your eye gaze forward and exhale as you complete the movement above, push off with your right foot, and return to the standing position. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 to 12 repetitions.
The curtsy lunges are not very different from side lunges. While the latter relies on external rotation of your leg to decelerate, this former uses internal rotation, which helps balance your hip strength and flexibility while still relying on the abductors.
You can add dumbbells to make it more challenging.
Start by standing straight with your feet together.
Step your right leg behind your leg, bending both knees as you land and keeping your chest high and abdominals engaged
Keep both knees aligned over your shoelaces as you bend, and aim your back knee toward the ground. Try not to let your left leg deviate to the left. You may feel that you are making an ‘X’ with your thigh bones.
Stand tall as you return to the starting position. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 to 12 repetitions on each leg.
We are sure you have heard about this one, squats are an excellent hip strengthener, and you can do it anywhere, in the bathroom before you take your bath or in your bedroom before you sleep.
It is a fundamental movement pattern that will help with many functional movements like sitting down and standing up from a chair.
Start in an upright position with your feet comfortably wide. Your toes should point slightly.
Send your hips back as if you were sitting in a chair. Keep your spine long, and your knees pointed over your second toe.
Keep your abdominals engaged in supporting the spine. Breathe out as you reach your hips down and back until your thighs are parallel to the floor.
Be sure to keep your weight in your heels and knees pointed slightly outward.
Engage your glutes to push down into the ground as you stand up. Use your quadriceps to extend your knees and return to an upright position. Do 2 to3 sets of 10 to 12 repetitions.
Sumo walk is a great way to strengthen your quadriceps. It is done by keeping your weight in your heels to activate the muscles in the backside of your body. You can add a mini band around your thighs for greater intensity.
Assume a squat position with your arms comfortably bent in front of you.
Maintain the squat position and begin to step to the right 2 to 4 steps, repeat to the left.
For an intense burn, stay low for as long as you can. Assuming 1 repetition is 2 to 4 steps right followed by 2 to 4 steps left, do 10 reps, 2 to 3 times.
This exercise is good for your core and glutes and can be done on your hands or elbows.
Assume the position on all fours with your knees hip-width apart, your hands under your shoulders, and your neck and spine neutral.
Brace your core and begin to lift your left leg behind you, keeping your knee bent
Use your glutes to press your foot directly toward the ceiling as if to make a footprint on the ceiling. Squeeze your glutes a bit more when you reach the top
Ensure you are keeping your hips square to the floor
return to the starting position, tap your knee on the ground or float between reps for more intensity. Complete 20 repetitions on each leg for 3 sets.
These and many more are exercises you can do to strengthen your hip, core, and butt muscles to get that hourglass figure you desire.
If you find it difficult following the steps provided above, you can follow YouTube tutorials or download exercise applications on your phone’s applications store.
If you are a very skinny person, you should try to gain a little weight while completing these exercises, and it will help place this weight in the right places. Eat healthily and keep hydrated at all times as well.