How To Fill Out Your Hip Dips (Violin Hips Workout)
Level Up Your Workout!
If you’re not a beginner you can level up your workout for even better and faster results. Here’s how you can do it:
- Do more repetitions for each exercise. Start with 20 reps, then gradually increase them up to 30.
- Increase the number of sets. Instead of 3 sets, aim for at least 5 sets per day.
- Don’t get crazy about this workout! Performing it for 5 times per week is more than sufficient.
- Add some weights to each exercise. You can hold 2 dumbbells or a kettlebell in your hands when performing squats and lunges. Also, ankle weights are a great option for donkey kicks, leg raises and lunges.
As you can see, there is enough room for improvement. Just make sure you gradually increase the weight, sets, or repetitions. Don’t jump straight to the hardest variation because you might hurt yourself and all the progress will be lost.
Again, let’s clarify one thing: HIP DIPS ARE NORMAL! You don’t have to be ashamed of it. But if you really want to reduce your violin hips and fill out your hip dips, then this workout is your best option!
Here is a workout infographic to better visualize the hip dips workout. This is also an easier way to save and share it.