¿Qué son los hip dips? y por qué son completamente normales

¿Qué son los hip dips? y por qué son completamente normales

Las caderas, esa parte del cuerpo que nunca termina de convencer a nadie. Las que las tienen grandes porque son grandes, las pequeñas por ser pequeñas… Las redes dicen que las caderas deberían ser redondas, siguiendo la curva “perfecta” que modela el glúteo. Pero ¿qué pasa con las que tenemos una hendidura que produce un ángulo entre la pierna y la cadera? Tranquila es más común de lo que piensas y no,no se trata de una deformidad.

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Soooo…let's talk about Hip Dips a.k.a. 🎻 Hips. To be 100% honest, the only hip dip I've previously been familiar with is the workout one where you're in side plank dipping your hip down to work your obliques. 🤔 But I suppose there's a new hip dip in town that describes the indent that occurs after your hip and before your thigh begins. . For anyone asking "how do I fill in my hips?", let me tell you that this was never a "problem" until people started making it a problem. With pics of models on IG in string bikinis and body con dresses showing off their tiny waists, wide hips, and super hourglass figures – you see those pics getting tons of likes which makes you feel like that's how you need to look! It makes you start to believe that this is THE BEST body type, the MOST IDEAL body type, the body type that GUYS LIKE. And you start to think that if you don't look like that, you're not good enough. 😔 Move over magazine covers…Instagram pics are the new beauty standard. 🙄 . Listen up. Hip dips are NORMAL! If your hip bone sits a tad higher than your femur, fat and muscle in that area are likely to cave inward. Literally THAT IS ALL. So if you want to spend all day and night fighting the natural anatomy of your body trying to "fill in" your hips, let me tell you right now that you are better off spending your energy elsewhere. Focus on being stronger. On enhancing what you've got instead of focusing on your "flaws." Hip dips do not make you a good person, a bad person, a skinny person or a fat person. They just are. . Now…onwards to more important things in life!!! #blogilates #hipdips

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En inglés a esta hendidura se le conoce como hip- dip y tranquila, es tu fémur, es normal, y no tienes que hacer nada para cambiarlo. Tener hip-dips no es un signo de enfermedad, ni de sobrepeso o bajo peso. Puede que la grasa las hagan más notorias, pero las hendiduras de la cadera son parte de la estructura ósea, así que ni la dieta ni el ejercicio pueden acabar con ellas. Recuerda son tus huesos.

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Bit of a nervy post for me but LETS DO IT ANYWAY. Hipdips. Guys, I didn't even know this was a thing until about 3 years ago. I spent all my teenage years thinking I had awful muffin top/ love handles; hating the fact that I didn't look 'normal' in bodycon dresses (thus NEVER wearing them).. and honestly I think it was probably my biggest motivator to start exercising when I was about 17-18 (so much cardioooo). I was desperate to lose the 'love handles' so I could finally wear bodycon dresses (I'm actually cringing as I type this thinking back on how obsessed I was over this) It was my biggest insecurity One day, I was scrolling through reddit fitness or something and came across 'hip dips'.. I was like *wtf is a hipdip… OH-MY-GOD-THATS JUST LIKE ME*. Cue the life-changing moment when I realised that I did not have awful muffin top, that actually I just had high hips. My SKELETON was set this way. [If you don't know what I'm talking about at this point plz see the picture. Also known as violin hips/ hip dents. Basically hips just dip in before getting to legs] So, I realised 1. I wasn't fat 2. There was absolutely nothing I could do to change the shape of my hips (no amount of exercise or calorie reduction will change your skeleton) 3. I'd never be comfortable in a bodycon dress…. but, this was okay. Somehow, in this moment of realisation, I was totally fine with this. All of my insecurity was coming from thinking it was something wrong with me, something I had to change. Realising I couldn't change it just brought me some kind of body-acceptance and such RELIEF I'm gonna be honest, I don't love my hips; but we all have bodyparts we're not sold on. However, I know I can't change them… and that makes me happy, cause I can focus on working on things that I can change eg. growing quads that can crush a watermellon [If you're wondering what the point/message of the post is supposed to be, tbh I'm not sure. Body confidence in the things you can't change, and bettering the things you can change? Self-love? Learning what hip dips are? Take what you will :') ] Also ps. not saying hip dips are a bad thing, just talking from my own experience #okaydone

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El #hipdip se convirtió en tendencia en Instagram después de que algunas influencers decidieran hablar del tema y explicar que tener estas hendiduras en las caderas es algo más que normal. En un intento por evitar que las usuarias de Instagram crean en publicaciones que aseguran que esto puede desaparecer, las influencers comenzaron a explicar por qué es imposible que desaparezcan con dietas y animaron a las usuarias a aceptar sus cuerpos y no creer en estereotipos.

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