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Wie entstehen Hip Dips?
Sollten wir uns von Hip Dips stressen lassen?
Soooo...let's talk about Hip Dips a.k.a. 🎻 Hips. To be 100% honest, the only hip dip I've previously been familiar with is the workout one where you're in side plank dipping your hip down to work your obliques. 🤔 But I suppose there's a new hip dip in town that describes the indent that occurs after your hip and before your thigh begins. . For anyone asking "how do I fill in my hips?", let me tell you that this was never a "problem" until people started making it a problem. With pics of models on IG in string bikinis and body con dresses showing off their tiny waists, wide hips, and super hourglass figures - you see those pics getting tons of likes which makes you feel like that's how you need to look! It makes you start to believe that this is THE BEST body type, the MOST IDEAL body type, the body type that GUYS LIKE. And you start to think that if you don't look like that, you're not good enough. 😔 Move over magazine covers...Instagram pics are the new beauty standard. 🙄 . Listen up. Hip dips are NORMAL! If your hip bone sits a tad higher than your femur, fat and muscle in that area are likely to cave inward. Literally THAT IS ALL. So if you want to spend all day and night fighting the natural anatomy of your body trying to "fill in" your hips, let me tell you right now that you are better off spending your energy elsewhere. Focus on being stronger. On enhancing what you've got instead of focusing on your "flaws." Hip dips do not make you a good person, a bad person, a skinny person or a fat person. They just are. . Now...onwards to more important things in life!!! #blogilates #hipdips
Warum sind Hip Dips vollkommen normal?
HIP DIPS..... I've been reading a lot about this lately as I've had clients asking how to get rid of them from reading about them on social media. They are very normal! A lot of women have them... please don't scrutinise yourself so much! As you can see there isn't really a muscle there to exercise! Gluteus medius isn't a meaty muscle, it wouldn't really be able to be built up to help with a dip. If the dip is from excess fat then exercise may help but again fat storage can be genetic. It's mostly down to high wide hips. Be proud ladies xx #hipdips #loveyourself #realtalk
Müssen wir Hip Dips nun hinnehmen?
Hip Dips auf Instagram
HIP DIPS--- 😱 OH MY GOSH! I have them.. Media creating insecurities we didn't know we had 😜. If this is something you've been self conscious of for a while I am SO not knocking that! Please don't think I'm being insensitive. I completely get insecurities, I DO. I've struggled with my image my entire life. It took SO long for me to be comfortable with ME. Self-love doesn't come easy.. and in a world where the media is constantly pushing a certain image of "perfect" it does NOT help ✋🏻. However this is COMPLETELY and entirely NORMAL and natural. Some people's hip dips are more prominent than others.. why? BONE STRUCTURE! Yes, you may be able to build up muscle to make them slightly less noticeable, why though? You will be working hard AF for minimal change because that's the way you were MADE. Love yo' self baby, you're beautiful 💕. #selflove #hipdips #fitnessjourney #bodypositive #fitspiration #fitfam #healthymind #weightlossjourney #fitness #mombod ##girlswhosquat #curves #loveyourself #fitmums
Alright... real talk. I am very critical of myself and I am very self conscious of my hips. I think my body is weird... seriously weird. It's like I have a double hourglass figure and not in a good way 😂 my waist goes in but then my hips go in too, so I have two curves on each side - anyone else? 🙋🏽 - Turns out, my Violin Hips or Hip Dips are normal. Just means that my hip flexors and outer quads are my dominate muscles. So what? Sooo... it means my legs are super strong 🏋🏽♀️ I plan on working out the muscles around my hips to strengthen, and if that makes my hips a little less violin like, then so be it 😂 but if not, I'm not gonna stress it anymore 🤷🏽♀️ For those of you buying those stick on hip fillers (yes, they are out there) to look "better" in clothes, don't... you're beautiful!! - #14DayJulyReset 💧64 oz ▪️Day 1 of 14 🏋🏽♀️ LEG DAY ***⏱checkpoints will help keep your pace! So pay close attention to your time today*** You have 10 sets of each👇🏽 •30 sec sprints, Speed 10, 30 sec rest ⏱checkpoint: 10 minutes in •10 Jump Squats •10 sec speed Jump Rope, 10 sec rest ⏱ checkpoint: 20 minutes in •10 Stair Sprints (20 steps) ⏱checkpoint: 30 minutes in •10 Rows, fan 10 ⏱ checkpoint: 40 minutes in •10 High Knees, Pause on 3 (Pause = 1) •10 High Wall Jumps ⏱checkpoint: 50 minutes and COMPLETE! - ⌚️513 Calories in 50 Minutes for me, what about you? - #BeHappy #BeYou 🎻
🌺🌺HIPS DIPS🌺🌺 The awesome @iamleyahshanks put up a great post on TBCR Facebook page about "Hip Dips". I know, it sounds bizarre, but I have a feeling some of you will get me. I had this image in my head that my hips had to be perfectly rounded and smooth the whole way down. My hips however, don't do that. My hips, even at the height of my ED, have always had these "hip dips". I completely forgot that it was something I was so concerned with as a young girl. I think on many occasions, we are made to feel like our body shape is a problem. We are bombarded with ideas like "you're a pear so you wear this" or "you're actually an apple so don't wear that dress." Like bro, I am not a fruit, I am a woman. I AM HUMAN SHAPED. It's just another one of those seemingly insignificant details that I remember obsessing over, and I honestly want this account to try and promote the idea of not obsessing so much. There is no good or bad body shape. We just are what we are. 💕 . . . . . #bodypositivity #bodypositive #bodyconfidence #bodyconfident #bopo #bodylove #hipdips
Lately on my dash I’ve seen lots of posts about hip dips. I just want to let you know that they're normal! It’s part of our anatomy, and on some is more noticeable than others. It all depends on your body type, muscle, and fat distribution. In case you didn't know, the femurs connect to the pelvis. Wow! Reference the 2nd picture if this is confusing! That is exactly what a “hip dip” is. The space on the sides between the top of your pelvis and your femurs. You get a hip dip from being born with a skeleton. Incredible. Everyone has one, but sometimes it’s not as noticeable. Men and women have it, but it’s more noticable on women because our hips are usually more pronounced. Like I said earlier, it’s about fat and muscle distribution, as well as your own unique skeletal structure and shape. It's often more visible on those with wide, high-set hips. Some women have it more noticeable, some don’t, but it doesn’t mean it's not there. Everyone 👏 has 👏 them 👏 Seriously, you'll have one as long as you keep your skeleton. Can they be decreased in appearance by losing excess fat? Sure, to an extent. But guess what? I had quite pronounced ones even at my leanest, when I carried so little fat that I stopped getting my period (this was unhealthy, I know). Hip dips are NOT the same as a muffin top. Sometimes they can create a similar appearance in clothing, but it's not!!! The same!! Thing!!! I've also seen people saying that hip dips can be filled out by working on your gluteus medius. That could be true for some people to a certain extent, but unless your hip dips are already barely visible, it's absolutely fucking ridiculous to think they'll be significantly filled out by growing a part of your glute. I know mine sure won't. They're too big, and that's okay! But go throw your money at whatever booty builder program you want and see if I care. Honestly, the visibility of mine is my biggest insecurity. I don't know why or at what point I was taught to hate them, but I was, and I'm working on unlearning it. It's really helped me seeing other girls on here post about theirs and NORMALIZING it. So here are mine!
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