What are hip dips? Here's what you should focus on

What are hip dips? Here's what you should focus on

Hip dips, hip divots or violin hips are inward curves on the sides of your body just below the hip bone.

Hip dips are completely normal and not something you can get rid of.

They are a result of your skeletal anatomy being determined by genetics.

Hip dips are determined by the width of hips, size of the femur, length of femoral neck, fat distribution and muscle mass.

Instead of focusing on the appearance of your hips, try focusing on your hip strength and stability.

Side hip openers strengthen your outer thighs, hips and side buttocks.

Standing kickback lunges are great for providing balance and stability in the body.

Standing leg lifts help strengthen the muscles along the sides of your hips and butt.

Squats are a great way to tone your thighs, hips and butt. Keep your back straight and your toes facing forward.