Lose Weight Off My Hips: This Is How You Actually Do It

Lose Weight Off My Hips

Well, how do I lose weight off my hips is a question asked at some time or another of nearly every woman. It is reasonably challenging to answer. However, there are some excellent pieces of advice that I can give to ensure that fat storage. (For that is what it is unless you happen to be of a hippy shape or larger boned in that area.)

Men AND women alike have an area that the fat finds it the easiest to settle. On the male, this is the stomach (Hence the term beer belly), and on the female, this is the hips and thighs.

The principle for getting this excess weight on in both sexes is precisely the same: not enough exercise and the wrong diet. So unless you have an underlying medical condition, I’m afraid those are the two reasons.a

I Want To Lose Weight Off My Hips: Then Cut Out The Junkfood

With the food side of things, it seriously is a simple case of reducing the lousy fat intake that you are currently consuming. Fundamentally it is what is causing you to gain weight in this particular area. You really must steer clear all OF ALL saturated fats.

If you read the label on any foodstuffs and see the name written trans fats you do want to discard that item and consider eating/purchasing something else for this too is extremely bad for you.


Now I am well aware that getting these foodstuffs without these awful ingredients in them will surely dramatically cut your choice down but they are mainly responsible for all your weight and girls, we all know where the first visible sign is right. So, this, unfortunately, is the trade-off. Bad foods away for better hips today.

You Must Exercise

Now on to exercise. You can, of course, join an aerobics class or such as if you wish to. But then you will have to face what some people feel is the humiliation of actually taking those first few classes. Walking in somewhat out of shape and taking up a position next to the slim woman who looks like she has nothing to worry about what so ever.

So it is at this point that I must ask you. How badly do you want that slender figure? To be able to wear what you want and at a time that suits you best. Just how great would it feel to fit into that dress that you haven’t worn for over a decade. Well, there is a natural alternative to joining a gym or aerobics class, etc. That is to work out at home.

For this ideally, you will need just one of four pieces of equipment –

AAAAAHere are the links to some other posts with regards to these apparatus that I think you will have an interest.

Well, it is a certainty that with these items utilized you will most definitely work off those troublesome hips. Remember you can work out when you want in whatever you wish.  Some women, especially ones that I know, still consider going to the gym as the fashion parade. When all you should be thinking about is your rep’s ( The number of times you can do something) and your distances and times not what other people are thinking about how you dress. It removes your focus from the real issue here. YOUR HIPS.


A Gym Membership Might Not Be Right For You

It is also a form of commitment to pay as well as to attend. As I have mentioned before in another post you are obliged usually to pay once a month for the membership, but gym membership might not be right for you at this time, so make sure that you have finances in place for this. Now, are you starting to see why it is just as easy if not more comfortable to work out at home?

  • You can wear what you want.
  • You can work out when you want (don’t have to worry so much about time)
  • You are alone and do not feel like you are standing out, on display.

With all of these in place, I’m positive that you can lose the weight of your hips. Put all of the exercise and dietary advice of this site into ACTION.

Remember if you do not activate it, then you will continue to face the same problem. You will be unhappy with yourself and feel guilty also for having read this great piece of advice yet chosen to do nothing about it. So come on what have you got to lose?

Oh, wait a minute, yes YOUR HIPS OF COURSE.

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14 thoughts on “Lose Weight Off My Hips: This Is How You Actually Do It”

  1. The phrase “from the lips to the hips” sure plays true. With our lifestyles of too much sitting and junk food it is a real battle to remove unwanted weight. I have to make a comment about saturated fat as our family consumes a lot of good saturated fat in the form of grass fed meats and dairy products and since we started eating more of the quality fats we have an easier time keeping our weight in check as our bodies can burn the natural saturated fats unlike the trans fats from processed foods. Thanks for the info here and God bless!

    1. thank you for you kind and factual words mate. Highly appreciated. lol. You must have dug deep into the site to find that one?

  2. Hi there Simon,

    As a woman, this article clearly got my attention. I used to be slimmer when I was in college and as I enter my 30’s, the hip is clearly gaining.

    Lots of time spend at work has caused me to consume a lot of fast food and made me uninterested in exercising. When you are working close to 12 hours a day, you really don’t have much energy left to do anything else after that.

    Doing workout at home is probably the best way to start. Of these 3 equipment, which one would you recommend that I go for? I am looking for something light-weight that would allow me to ‘enjoy’ exercising.

    Thank you.

    1. If I were you I would opt for the exercise bike as the other two exercisers are a little more labor intensive. You could even read a mag’ or something whilst exercising. Try this https://naturallyloseit.org/the-sunny-exercise-bike-reviews It will DEFINITELY help you to lose weight it is a fact Thank you for your question. You could even read a magazine or something? I have known of people who have lost 95 lbs + using them.

  3. Hi simon, your site is well put together, full of gold nuggets. I find that proper diet can be the hardest thing to adhere to, I am a chronic exercise freak, and I found out the hard way, that proper diet makes for 70% of how you look, you can workout 7 days a week and eat rubbish and see no results.

    1. Yes exactly my fried diet is the building block from which weight loss derives. 🙂 There is no point in exercising if this is not addressed 🙂

  4. Simon,

    Well written article. For me eating is the toughest thing. I love my food, especially my junk food! Working out is as easy as my week is going. If i’m real busy it might be hard to work out a lot and that’s when my diet becomes even more crucial. Hopefully we can commit to a lifestyle and keep the weight off the hips for the long haul!

    1. Yes well good luck with that, but unfortunately doing a workout part time is not really good enough I’m afraid as it must be regular. Regular if you want to lose weight and not just tone up 🙂

  5. Hello Simon,
    I agree the fat gathers right around my core and it is so very difficult to get ride of. I am in the throws of fighting this disease, and it is a disease, called obesity. I have fallen victim to fast food, junk food and just plain laziness. I do not put the blame on these things, I put it squarely where it belongs on my fat ass.
    I don’t agree with one thing, the pic of the women, the one that say the national average is the best looking woman of the group. Just my opinion LOL
    Great Article,
    The Fat Guy

    1. Thank you Lynn I am really glad that you enjoyed it. Yes I did plenty of research and used all my own writing to make what I think is a very helpful, truthful and factual page indeed.

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