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How To Get Back Dimples

Updated on April 17, 2012

Back dimples are those two small dents on the bottom of your back, each side of your spine. Increasingly they are becoming one of the 'must have' muscle definitions although few people know how to get back dimples as little study has been done about them. These dimples, also known as Venus dimples, are increasingly being seen as a sexually attractive part of the body, both for men and for women, but how do you get them? .. Through exercise?

Women are far more likely to have these back dimples than many, research has shown. This may be part of the reason for the trend towards low cut jeans, and of course, some people have accentuated their Venus dimples with back dimple piercings.

By and large, it is thought that back dimples are genetically inherited but there are certain things that you can do to make them stand out more, so if you want to know how to get back dimples, then read on. As with all muscles, whatever size they are, they will be far more noticeable if you have less body fat. This is logical if you think about it as fat will 'round' out any muscles and make them appear flabby rather than tight and defined.

So, if you want to have back dimples that you can show to the world, it seems obvious that you should work to keep off any excess body fat. In fact, if you are really serious about getting back dimples, then you should think like an athlete and eat healthy low fat foods whilst making sure that you stay in shape overall. To really work on your muscles, it's no use simply pottering around on an exercise bike, although that will help to keep your heart ticking over. But to really get that muscle definition, you really need to go very hard at your exercises. Bear in mind of course, if you are considering doing this, to check with your doctor, especially if you think your fitness levels may not be as good as they should be.

As the back dimples are on your back, obviously, you need to focus on this area and do plenty of lower back exercises. In fact, this will be good for you generally as this is an area which often gets neglected and exercises will strengthen your back and make you less likely to suffer from back problems as long as you are sensible and don't injure yourself doing them.

Well defined back dimples are considered attractive by many
Well defined back dimples are considered attractive by many

Try This Back Dimples Exercise

1 - Lie down on the floor face down and stretch your arms out in front of you. Make sure that your feet are together

2 - Without rocking and keeping your body straight, lift both your arms and your legs up towards the sky. Try not to rock and keep only your stomach on the floor. 3 - Breathing as naturally as possible (don't hold your breath), hold this position for around half a minute, or as long as you can.

3 - Relax and repeat a few times

You may find this very difficult to do at first, but do persevere... there is no need to injure yourself doing it, just keep pushing a little bit more and eventually you will find that you can do it relatively easily.

So, now you know how to get back dimples, it's time to get out of your casual clothes and into some loose clothing and hit that floor!

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    • HarperDavis profile image

      HarperDavis 

      6 years ago from Midwest

      *Shrugs* I have them naturally for whatever reason. I didn't know there was a way to actually get them, lol. Great hub.

    • Angelme566 profile image

      Angelme566 

      6 years ago

      A very informative article , but i personally can't understand why one should put that dimples at the back , i know for some it is an art and expression of themselves...why ? can we not express in some other ways ? Yes i know to each his own ..and am respecting people who love fashion . who love dimples.

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