Lean legs and hip dip workout

A highly requested workout video and it’s finally here! You are about to watch the lean legs and hip dip workout, because a lot of women want to work on these areas. To be honest, I have nothing against a hip dip. It’s just your bone structure which is obviously different per person. My hip dip was pretty dominant, but I managed to make it a little less obvious. Why you ask, probably because I just said I don’t mind having one. Well, I don’t mind my hip dip but I like creating the best version of myself. Which means I want to look good from every angle.

I’m not the type of person who only goes into the gym to create a bigger booty. Nah girl, I want to have an overall good physique. My biggest ‘problem’ areas were always my thighs. The chafing, blegh! And since my thighs are connected to my hips, it seems only natural to work out both. It would be impossible not to work on both body parts anyway. So I started incorporating hip dip exercises and they work really well! Let’s talk about this lean legs and hip dip workout. It will keep you busy for at least 45 minutes and afterwards you could do some cardio or other exercises if you want to.

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This is my lean legs and hip dip workout routine:

Abductor machine

– 4 sets
– 20 to 45 reps per drop set. Start with twenty, lower the weight and go up to 25 and so on.
– I used 45 to 30 kg. Star with 45 kg and 20 reps, go to 40 kg and 25 reps etc.

Step ups

– 4 sets
– 10 to 12 reps
– Using 5 kg for the first two sets and 7,5 kg for the last two sets with the step board on the highest level.

Lunges with knee-ups

– 4 sets
– 10 to 12 reps
– Using 5 kg for the first two sets and 7,5 kg for the last two sets

Single leg deadlifts

– 4 sets
– 10 to 15 reps
– Using 5 kg for the first two sets and 7,5 kg for the last two sets. Use no weight when you’re a beginner!

Curtsy lunges

– 4 sets
– 15 to 20 reps
– Using 5 kg for the first two sets and 7,5 kg for the last two sets. Use no weight when you’re a beginner!

Step-overs + squat version

– 4 sets
– 20 to 30 reps, immediately go over into the squatted version, no rest!
– No weights, but you can use a 5 kg plate or a dumbbell if you want. Put the step board on the lowest level and keep your speed up.

Make sure you ask your trainer in the gym if these exercises are right for your body and goals. Everyone’s body is different and that’s why I always advice you to check your own needs first. For instance, you can use less or more weight than I do. These exercises will help you lean up your legs and create fuller hips by putting on muscle. I have been using these for about two years now and I definitely see good results. Give them a try and let me know what you think.

Keep creating the best version of yourself,

Kaya-Quintana

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