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How can you slim your 57 inch hips?

Here's how you can reduce the size of your 57 inch hips.
Written By  Brianna Martin
Last Updated on 2nd July 2022
An overweight woman showing that she has 57 inch hips

Having 57 inch hips is an obvious sign of obesity. And even though many people struggle with their weight, carrying excess body fat still isn't ideal from a physical health standpoint.

To an extent, gluteofemoral fat can be protective against disease. However, past a certain point—which is definitely below 57 inches—hip fat is indicative that you also have too much visceral fat, which is another problem entirely. More on that later.

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What makes someone have 57 inch hips?

An obese man eating a burger

Let's start with the point that nobody talks about: fat storage genetics.

We all store fat in different places, and we all have certain body fat that's really stubborn.

When some people gain weight, the fat seems to go straight to their hips. Then, when these individuals try to lose weight, their hips and thighs are often the last body parts to get leaner, which can be really frustrating.

Of course, in addition to a genetic predisposition to storing fat on your hips, leading an unhealthy lifestyle is another reason why you might have 57" hips.

If you consume more calories than your body needs—whether it be from healthy food or junk food—then your body has no choice but to gain weight because it has a surplus of energy.

Of course, it's much easier to overindulge on foods that taste good, which is why it's so important to make healthy food choices when you're trying to get in shape.

Why is it so bad to have 57 inch hips?

An obese man being examined by a doctor

As I mentioned earlier, anyone who has 57 inch hips probably also has a lot of visceral fat. But what does this mean for your body?

Since visceral fat wraps around your internal organs, such as your liver and intestines, it can lead to chronic disease and thus premature mortality.

So even though you shouldn't feel ashamed for being obese or having 57 in hips, it would be irresponsible of me to pretend that you can live a healthy life while walking around with a 57 inch butt.

But there is definitely some good news as well; it's totally possible to slim your 57 inch hips while maintaining your curves.

How easily can you slim your 57" hips?

An obese woman who has a 57 inch hip size

Obviously, if you're motivated to lose weight and you actually enjoy exercise, then slimming your 57 inch hips won't be as challenging as it would be if you dreaded every workout.

The good thing is that you can do literally any type of exercise—as long as you're burning calories, you're heading in the right direction. You could go dancing, play tennis, walk around the park, or even train with some resistance bands in your living room.

For weight loss to occur, you simply need to put your body in an energy deficit. You can do this by exercising regularly and consuming fewer calories on a daily basis.

Training your lower body with weights—think hip thrusts and squats—will help you to maintain and even improve your curves as you lose weight because building your glutes accentuates your hips, and losing weight makes your waist narrower. That's why strength training is so powerful.

In conclusion

An overweight man who has 57 inch hips

If you have 57 inch hips and are reading this article, then you should be delighted with yourself because you've recognized that you need to lose weight in order to enjoy the health that you deserve.

I've outlined some ways to reduce your 57 inch hip size, which have been proven time and time again to burn fat. But don't wait for the perfect time to start. Successful weight loss always has its ups and downs. So, knowing this, the best thing that you can do is to just get started.

Brianna Martin
Brianna Martin has worked in health and wellness media for more than 8 years. She uses her organisational skills and passion for fitness to organise our team of content creators. As a former track and field athlete, Bri still hits the gym hard 5 times a week to maintain her flexibility and athleticism.
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