Wide hips and big thighs
While the images of skinny models, super-fit Instagram stars, and size zero actresses continue to gain momentum, a study published in the International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology, and Education points to a different reality for the majority of women. The study found that the average American woman wears between a Misses size This means the majority of women are curvier and have wider hips than the images they see. This is an important message since many women struggle to see and appreciate the power of their body. Read on to learn more about the advantages of wide hips, and ways you can tone your hips and boost your curves.
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Then, pick five of the exercises below and complete them three times a week. Be sure to rest 30 seconds to 1 minute in between sets, too. When these moves start to get easy, up the weight or add a set to continue to challenge yourself — your new booty will thank you. Before we start: Reps are how many times you repeat an exercise.
Having extra weight on your behind, big hips and solid thighs "is good for you," say British researchers. Carrying fat on the hips, thighs and bottom, rather than around the waist, has a range of health benefits and actively protects against diabetes and heart disease, experts at Oxford University said. He is one of three scientists behind the research, which was published in the.