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6 Exercises To Help Widen Your Hips

This particular generation has grown fond of women who have more assets than those who do not. Women nowadays are beginning to feel less secure about their body type, this sometimes makes them unappreciative of their god given bodies. Most of these women are willing to go through any measures just to ensure they get the body of their dreams. Some of these women because they have the means, decide to go under the knife to perform cosmetic surgeries.

Just so you know, there is no sure guarantee that these surgeries may come out fine because there are also celebrities who have gone under the knife and still came out not looking 1% close to what they dreamed of achieving through surgery. Whatever the case may be, surgeries can never really guarantee you a fine and decent body. The only sure way to get the body of your dreams is by exercising.

Exercising involves training your body ceaselessly to conform to a particular shape which you want it to. Many people perform exercises because they are trying to improve their heart health, improve flexibility or improve strength. While some others engage in vigorous exercisers because they want a beautiful body. Performing exercises isn't supposed to be hard if only you have the much-needed endurance, perseverance and diligence to carry on even when you do not see results.

Exercise is not something you do for a short while and expect to see results, it takes a while for these results to come to fruition. However, there are some people who have bodies that are resistant to fat loss, these ones will have to work twice as hard to burn off that excess fat. Whatever the case may be, it all boils down to the choice to keep going even when it seems hard. Below are a few exercises you can engage in order to widen your hips:

Side lunge with dumbbells

Side dumbbell abductions

Side leg lifts

Hip raises


Squat kicks

These exercises are bound to feel tedious in the beginning, but as time goes on, your body will eventually get used to it and you'll be grateful for the results afterwards.

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