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Major Hip Dips?

MeganReid1991MeganReid1991 Posts: 118Member Member Posts: 118Member Member
So I have some pretty major Hip dips. I know that everyone has them but mine are very noticeable and I’m pretty self conscious about it. The more weight I love the more I notice it and even back when I was very skinny and at a healthy bmi I had them.
Has any body had success at minimizing them?
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  • MeganReid1991MeganReid1991 Posts: 118Member Member Posts: 118Member Member
    Totally get I can’t change my bone structure just wanted to see if there’s something I could do to minimize :)
  • shadow2soulshadow2soul Posts: 7,411Member, Premium Member Posts: 7,411Member, Premium Member
    So I have some pretty major Hip dips. I know that everyone has them but mine are very noticeable and I’m pretty self conscious about it. The more weight I love the more I notice it and even back when I was very skinny and at a healthy bmi I had them.
    Has any body had success at minimizing them?

    I’m the opposite. Weight loss makes mine more noticeable. That said it doesn’t bother me.

    Sorry, OP. I don’t have any clue how to minimize the appearance.
  • VuneVune Posts: 578Member Member Posts: 578Member Member
    I have all kinds of hips everywhere, and I've found their appearance improved when I started working out to build overall strength. Nothing special, just more muscle making a better foundation.
  • MHarper522MHarper522 Posts: 65Member Member Posts: 65Member Member
    You can always build muscles in that area, but like you said there's no changing bone structure.
  • collectingbluescollectingblues Posts: 1,922Member Member Posts: 1,922Member Member
    So I have some pretty major Hip dips. I know that everyone has them but mine are very noticeable and I’m pretty self conscious about it. The more weight I love the more I notice it and even back when I was very skinny and at a healthy bmi I had them.
    Has any body had success at minimizing them?

    I’m the opposite. Weight loss makes mine more noticeable. That said it doesn’t bother me.

    Sorry, OP. I don’t have any clue how to minimize the appearance.

    Ditto. Mine are more prominent when I’m lightest, so I remind myself that being able to see them means that the gap-filling fat is gone.
  • smolmaussmolmaus Posts: 297Member Member Posts: 297Member Member

    yep, that, and your thigh gap, and your toblerone hole or whatever that one is called... :laugh:

    You're going to have to fill me in on that one
    like an unwanted pelvic curve
  • TavistockToadTavistockToad Posts: 33,380Member Member Posts: 33,380Member Member
    smolmaus wrote: »

    yep, that, and your thigh gap, and your toblerone hole or whatever that one is called... :laugh:

    You're going to have to fill me in on that one
    like an unwanted pelvic curve

    my apologies the correct phrase is 'toblerone tunnel' if you care to google...

    https://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/a20975365/what-are-toblerone-tunnels/

    edited December 6
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 622Member Member Posts: 622Member Member
    smolmaus wrote: »

    yep, that, and your thigh gap, and your toblerone hole or whatever that one is called... :laugh:

    You're going to have to fill me in on that one
    like an unwanted pelvic curve

    my apologies the correct phrase is 'toblerone tunnel' if you care to google...

    https://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/a20975365/what-are-toblerone-tunnels/

    Man, that just rolls off the tongue, doesn't it? /s

    Instagram can be a real hot mess for people hyper-focused on their body.
  • hesn92hesn92 Posts: 5,050Member Member Posts: 5,050Member Member
    I do. I think they look pretty "major" but they don't bother me.
    edited December 6
  • MeganReid1991MeganReid1991 Posts: 118Member Member Posts: 118Member Member
    Didn’t say you should be self conscious about them, I just said I am about mine.
    But thanks for the advice
  • mph323mph323 Posts: 2,851Member Member Posts: 2,851Member Member
    The list of body configurations that are a "thing" just keeps getting longer...
  • FluffBGone1975FluffBGone1975 Posts: 57Member Member Posts: 57Member Member
    I have them and didn't even know! I learned something new today!
  • LivingtheLeanDreamLivingtheLeanDream Posts: 10,799Member Member Posts: 10,799Member Member
    Surely its a genetic thing? Had to google images of hip dips! - I don't have them, didn't even when I was heavier. (love handles were/still are my issue, everyone has their hang ups right?)
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