Try horseback riding. When riding a horse, the muscles of your thighs and hips constantly working to sustain the saddle and maintain balance. Over time, these muscles will increase in volume due to exercise and add some inches to your hips.


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Practice leg lifts. Lie on your side with your head resting on one hand and your legs straight (your body will be aligned with the ground). Slowly lifting the leg which was above the other to form an angle of 90 degrees with a torso and keep this position. Lower the leg slowly to the resting position. Repeat this exercise 15 times with each leg every other day.
Add some foods sweet, salty or fatty foods to your diet. One of the places where your body extra fat deposited naturally are the hips. Be careful not to overdo this or you will end up with more padding on your belly and thighs too. Also you must make sure to maintain a low level of cardiovascular exercise to control this method, 25-40 minutes 3 times a week will help.

Dress in a way that makes your hips look bigger. Certain brands of jeans, such as VS Lift of Victoria’s Secret, say give those who use an hourglass figure and that squeeze the waist while lifting and form the hips and rear. Structured dresses also help you with the form you want to where they should be giving volume hips.

Consider cosmetic surgery. The implants , especially in the hips and rear, are of the most common interventions. Although this is the most extreme of the options may be right for you. Carefully reviewing your reasons for carrying it out. Although it has been promoted on TV and in Hollywood, surgery is surgery, and is a very serious and stressful to your body. Just do it after a thorough consideration.

No matter your figure, what you have or do not have, make a special effort to make peace with what you have naturally and work to improve it. Self-esteem and good body image are more important to look like Beyonce or Shakira. If you feel you have strange thoughts, or you can not control with respect to the shape of your body, consider talking to a mental health professional for advice and support.