Are Wide Hips Genetic?

First, let me apologize for being so up front!

“You’ll never get bigger hips, it’s genetic”…what a joke. I’m here to tell you that although genetic may play a role with your “bone structure”, who cares. I doubt you’re interested in growing bigger hip bones. Let me put this into perspective for you.

​How many times have you heard this from people that are overweight:

​“I’m not fat, I just have big bones”

OK, grab their belly, is it hard, you know, like a bone? Or does it jiggle like fat? Exactly, know you’re starting to get it. But let’s take this a step further.

Find a friend with wide hips, grab their hip… is it “bone” hard? That’s right, it’s not, it’s not a bone, it’s muscle and fat.

Poof, myth busted!

Why Your Hips are Narrow or Wide

OK, great I hope we are on the same page or you’re starting to see the light. The whole “Hips are genetic”, thing doesn’t seem to make that much sense any more does it. Good, next time you hear someone say that, you know what to do.

You think your hips are too big? It’s not your bone structure, it’s your diet. Count your calories, consume foods based on your goals. Join the gym, be dedicated to results!

Think your hips are narrow, stop blaming your momma. You want wider hips?, want to know how to get a bigger butt? Increase you caloric intake. Eat foods that will boost estrogen and grow bigger hips.

Get off the treadmill and weight train, time your carbohydrates to promote fat uptake. Please don’t bring up your Asian grandmother, she has nothing to do with this.

You Have Already Tried All That And Your Hips Still Wont Grow?

I’m probably getting a few of you girls upset, but I have to be honest. Since I can’t see you through the computer, I’m not going to take your word for it…sorry.

Let me make this clear, unless you are taking supplements, physical change doesn’t happen overnight.

I would never let one of my clients give up or become discouraged without at least putting in a minimum of ago month’s effort. If you think three months is too long. Think about where you were physically three months ago.

Probably exactly where you are now, trying to find an overnight hip growing secret.

In Conclusion

Bone structure may be genetic, but you don’t want bigger bones, you want bigger hips. Let’s kill this myth and stop making excuses.