30-minute workout to redefine your curves. Shrink your waist, shape your hips and thighs, and boost your backside with these 3 great circuits. You can do this waist, hips, and butt workout at home; no weights needed.
At Home Workout for your Hips, Waist, and Thighs
- Side Plank with Hip Dip
- Air Squats
- Side-lying Hip Abduction
- Russian Twists
- Single-Leg Bridges
- Speed Skaters
- Spiderman Plank
- Donkey Kicks
- Alternating Side Lunges with Leg Lifts
Keep reading for a step-by-step guide of the workout with pictures, videos, and descriptions of each of these exercises.
Eliminate guesswork and confusion and start seeing results.
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My job(s) are very interesting to me. By day I’m answering questions about back pain and post-rotator-cuff surgery issues, and by night it’s “how do I lose weight” and “can you help me tone ___”.
Some of the more-interesting from the latter group include – “how can I shrink my waist?”, “how can I get an hourglass shape” and even “can you help my butt grow bigger?”
To help you guys out with some of these problems, I’ve come up with the following – a 30-minute at-home workout targeting shrinking your waist, shaping your butt and thighs, and ultimately redefining your curves.
This is going to be a good one!
WHAT EXERCISES MAKE YOUR WAIST SMALLER?
If you are looking for an hourglass figure, flat stomach, and shaped butt and thighs, you’ve come to the right place for the perfect workout. This exercise below will target these areas to help you achieve your goals.
That being said, you won’t be successful if this is the only exercise you do to “spot treat” your body. To have a smaller waist and perfectly shaped curves, you’ll want to have an overall healthy approach which includes cardio exercises, ab exercises, strength training, healthy eating, etc.
WHAT DIET IS BEST TO LOSE HIP FAT?
Hips and thighs are a normal storage place for excess fat, especially in women. It seems tempting to try the “miracle” diets and exercises that claim to “spot treat” that area, but it’s not a feasible goal.
Overall weight loss is the way to lose body fat and reduce the size of any body part. As you lose weight and body fat you’ll notice that you have slimmed down your hips as well as the rest of your body.
To have a healthy rate of weight loss, the goal is to eat about 500 calories less per day, increase servings of fiber (fruits, vegetables, whole grains) and lean proteins (poultry, fish, and also plant protein sources), and include cardiovascular exercise and strength training.