What can I do to slim my Hips.

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  1. noorenaz profile image60
    noorenazposted 7 years ago

    What can I do to slim my Hips.

    i'm 33 years old.

  2. lanealanea profile image61
    lanealaneaposted 7 years ago

    So many things, first you just have to know what you like to do for a leg workout such as walking, swimming, dancing but if you walk a long distance from a to b, and you do this several times over, your sure to slim them down. Example, one time that I worked at a fair, I worked for 2 Weeks all day long and no matter what I had for lunch still worked. Hope this helps some.

  3. TheBlondie profile image61
    TheBlondieposted 7 years ago

    I find my legs extremely sore after pilates. If you go to a gym, there are probably pilates classes you can take. It mainly targets your core, but you use your legs a lot as well. Its a great workout smile

  4. noorenaz profile image60
    noorenazposted 7 years ago

    Thank you girls..
    very interesting Proposals dear friends,,
    my problem is I sit whole day in front of my computer at work, is this the main cause of my problems i have no idea. :S
    i became aware of my hips size a few weeks ago when my pants were not fitting LOL, i did many work outs but now i found myself with bigger hips than earlier.. damn....... wrong work outs i guess..

  5. Zubair Ahmed profile image72
    Zubair Ahmedposted 7 years ago

    You need to do squats ad steps that will get rid of the fat surrounding  your hip area.  Also cut back on fatty foods and replace with plenty of water and exercise.

    The other one to do is clenching your bum's that works the muscles while your sitting down.

    Also do high intensity training (HIT) rather than prolonged training sessions, which tires you out but has little effect on your fat burning.

  6. amylela profile image67
    amylelaposted 7 years ago

    My suggestion>>> Get dumme bells do weight lifting at home.see youtube videos for free lessons.

  7. Corrie Lamprecht profile image74
    Corrie Lamprechtposted 7 years ago

    Most likely there is nothing wrong.  If there really is too much - the best you can do is walk, walk and walk quite fast.  Really walk as in two to three km every day.  Starting - try to do one km in less than 30 minutes.  Every day walk a little faster than the day before. 

    Swim is also good - but only if you use your legs excessively; use your arms less, you do not want to build muscles there - you want to reduce size on your hips.

    Do not go cycling; do not go gym - for this purpose.  Last of all do you want to do weights; that build muscle.


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