Do exercises that target the hips.
Side leg raises, hip raises and squat kicks should all be part of a hip-enhancing exercise regimen. The mac daddy of hip-widening exerices may be the side lunge with dumbells. This is a beefed-up version of a traditional lunge that allows for more resistance and, therefore, more potential muscle growth and hip width.
There are many yoga poses designed to open your hips. This will build muscle and allow for greater flexibility, which in return will make other hip exercises easier. The Frog, the Pigeon, the Lizard and the Cow Face are all poses you’ll want to get familiar with.
Sit on your butt.
You can get bigger hips (and a larger derriere) by simply sitting. According to a study published in the journal Cell Physiology, researchers determined that the pressure placed on the buttocks and hips from too much sitting can generate significant fat build-up in those areas. Cells respond to their environment. As one researcher explained, fat cells that are compressed by extended periods of sitting “produce more triglycerides (the major form of fat stored in the body), and at a faster rate.
Try a cream.
There are a number of hip enhancement creams on the market that claim to work through a variety of methods that include repairing lost collagen and elastin to increasing the rate of muscle generation around the hips.
A woman’s hips will widen to make it possible for her to give birth. In some cases, hips will return to pre-pregnancy size with time, but in other cases, bigger hips become a permanent part of a woman’s physique.
If you’re willing to go under the knife to achieve a Kim Kardashian look, there are procedures worth investigating. You can have the fat removed from various areas of your body via liposuction and then transferred to your hips. Or you can also get hip implants in which “slices” of silicone are placed under the skin and substructures to give you a more curvaceous appearance.
Wait it out.
Turns out our hips get wider as we age. Research findings suggest that it’s not necessarily added weight that causes hips to look bigger as we grow older, it’s pelvic growth. In a study that used participants ranging in age from 20 to 79, researchers found that the width of the pelvis, the distance between the hip bones and the diameter of the hip bones all increased as people got older and that the pelvic width of the oldest people in the study was, on average, about an inch larger than the youngest.
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