Some women are naturally born with a wide pelvis bone which helps give the illusion of wider hips. But there are some of us that have to work hard to get fuller hips. We all have muscles on the side of our hip complex but they’re not really big muscles. We have the gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, and the tensor fasciae latae. If stimulated correctly, these muscles can be made to grow like any other muscle on the body.
You can't be scared to CHALLENGE your body if you want REAL results. The video below will demonstrate four (4) exercises that can help target those muscles!
1. Lying Hip Abduction (need dumbbell or weight plate)
2. Standing Hip Abduction (need dumbbell or weight plate)
3. Sumo Walk (need tubing)
4. Monster Walk (need tubing)
3x a week
*You can purchase a set of tubing bands for under $15 at Wal-Mart, Sears or TJ Maxx
*Weight plates and dumbbells can be purchased at Wal-Mart or Sears starting at $10