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Does anyone have 80 inch hips?

Learn the truth about having 80 inch hips.
Written By  Brianna Martin
Last Updated on 2nd July 2022
A woman with 80 inch hips in her bedroom

It's all well and good trying to increase your hip girth, but building an 80 inch butt? What would make somebody want to do that, considering that the average female butt size is half the size of our 80-inch example?

Obviously, there are not many people who have an 80 inch booty because it's almost impossible to build one naturally. So, with that in mind, we'll explore the reasons why a person would seek to sculpt an 80 inch bum in the first place.

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Do any people actually have 80 inch hips?

An obese man with 80 inch hips jogging in the park

Believe it or not, there are actually people who have 80 inch hips. And if you don't believe me, just do a quick image search and see for yourself!

Of course, anyone with 80 inch hips will have had some sort of butt lift procedure (likely multiple) to artificially change the shape and size of their buttocks.

Then, when you add in muscular glutes and plenty of body fat, you can see how someone's butt could reach the 80-inch mark.

So, even though having 80 inch hips of any description is extremely rare, there are people out there who've managed to get themselves into the 80-inch club.

How does someone even get an 80 inch butt?

A woman with 80 inch hips eating food on the sofa

Not via natural means, most of the time. While there may well be a few obese individuals out there who've ended up with an 80 inch butt due to their sheer amount of body fat that they have, most overweight people definitely don't have 80 inch hips.

As mentioned, augmenting the buttocks via surgery is just about the only way that a regular person can get an 80 inch booty. You know when someone has had this kind of a procedure because their hips are just so much wider than their waist.

One thing's sure; doing all the squats in the world won't get you an 80 inch butt (or anything close to it). But for most of us with more moderate glute-building ambitions, this is definitely a good thing, as you're about to see.

What are the downsides of having an 80 inch booty?

An obese woman who has an 80 inch booty

While one or two women may have been able to carve out a niche for themselves and their 80 inch butt, there are also a lot of downsides to having an 80 inch booty that many people don't consider.

Although these women may well receive a lot of positive attention, they also probably get a lot of negative comments regarding their appearance, which can harm their self-confidence.

Even though we may not agree with their decision to radically change their body via artificial methods, we also shouldn't give them a hard time for their choice.

Still, finding clothes that fit you well would be a nightmare if you had 80 inch hips, especially if your hips are considerably bigger than your waist.

Additionally, you might not be able to sit comfortably in a car or in a normal airplane seat if you have an 80" butt.

Moreover, certain forms of exercise might be hard or even impossible to perform due to the excess weight around your hips.

In conclusion

A woman with an 80 inch butt working out outside

While it might be interesting for us to marvel at these women who have 80 inch hips, we also need to remember that there are big challenges that come with having hips this size.

Indeed, some people have body image issues and, because of this, seek to radically alter their appearance in a short space of time.

Of course, there are also a few people who have an 80 inch butt due to obesity. In this case, the weight gain is reversible. But when you inflate your butt artificially, things are much more complicated.

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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