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How To Reduce Hips Effectively

Updated on January 11, 2013

Three Tips On How To Reduce Hips Effectively


Many women worry about the size of their hips. This is particularly true if they have developed “love handles”. Are you worried about the size and shape of your hips? Would you like to know how to reduce your hips? Would you also like to get rid of cellulite and tummy fat too? If so, read on! This article will look at three exercises you can use to reduce your hips and get rid of cellulite.

If you want to reduce your hips you will need to exercise. Don't worry, the exercises will only take five to ten minutes a day. They are best done first thing in the morning, so they easily fit into your daily routine. Remember, any exercise takes time to work, but over time you will see your hips reduce in size and have a better shape to them.

The following exercises do not require you to go to the gym. All you need is a chair and a pillow, so they can easily be done in the comfort of your own home. These exercises will also help to get rid of cellulite on your thighs too.

Sit on a chair with your feet on the floor. Make sure you have your knees at a 90 degree angle. Take your pillow and place it between your thighs and squeeze it as hard as you can, for around 60 seconds, then release the pressure and relax. Do this 5 times

Remove the pillow from between your thighs and place your hands on the sides of your chair. Lift your hips, and as you do so, exhale. You should support your weight with feet and your palms. Keep lifting your hips until your body takes on the shape of a bridge. Hold the position for 20 seconds, and then release and relax. Repeat this exercise 5 times. Stop if you feel any pain or discomfort.


Doing these two exercises five times a day, for five days a week will reduce your hips and get rid of cellulite in no time.

There are of course other exercises that can be used to reduce your hips, and if you want to know how to reduce tummy, this is great for that too. Do you remember hula hoops? This was a very popular toy in the 1950s, which you can still purchase today. Not only is the hula hoop fun, it is also a great exercise for your waist and hips. Do you want to know how to use a hula hoop to reduce your hips? It's easy! Simply follow these instructions.

Step into the hula hoop and lift it up until it is around your hips, then give it a good swing. Now move your hips back and forth in the same motion as your hula hoop so that it stays around your hips. It will take a bit of practice, but you will soon get the hang of it, and it will help to reduce your hip size. Ten or twenty minutes of hula hooping 5 days a week will do wonders.

So, there you have it. Hopefully this article has shown you how to reduce hips, reduce cellulite and how to reduce tummy. All it needs is a small amount of regular exercise. Follow this and you will see your hips and tummy reduce in size.

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      sumit sharma 

      4 years ago

      hiiii sir plz advice me hw to reduce hips nd theigh fat fastly.. plz update video...i m so worry abt my big hips ...i coulnt wear fiting jeans so plz telllme...

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      mljuboja 

      4 years ago

      Hey guys, I had the same issue as you did, and I somehow stumbled across this fantastic article that helped me a lot. If you want you can check it out. reducehipsize.com is the name of the site. I really hope I helped someone.

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      aish 

      5 years ago

      plzzzzz upload the video of above exercises

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      rashmi 

      5 years ago

      hie,i have more fat on my thighs and hips,i hear that too many hips exercises makes it larger instead of smaller..plz suggest me the exercises that effectively reduce my weight from those areas..although i have slim in other parts

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      5 years ago

      If you can post a video of the above explained part that would be great!!!!

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      Diya 

      6 years ago

      A video with the exercise explained would've made it more clear. Can you post one?

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