Every lady wants that hourglass shape. And while some are naturally blessed with it, some of us need to work for it, which is why we opted for squatting since we heard it works perfectly well. So if you are just like us, then learn from these exercises that naturally enlarge the hip in no time.

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Stability Ball Leg Curl

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Photo credit: youtube.com

This exercise works well for the rear thighs, bottom and lower back.

Begin by lying on your back, feet resting on a stability ball, arms by your sides. Lift your hips to form a straight line from your ankles to your shoulders. Maintaining this position bend your knees to roll the ball towards you, slowly straighten your knees and lower your hips to the floor.

Donkey Kicks

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Photo credit: healthxtourism.com

This works for the bottom and rear thighs.

kneel and rest your hands on the floor, then extend your right leg out behind you, slightly off the floor. Raise your leg, squeezing your bottom as you do. Keep it straight so your foot is just higher than your hips. Slowly lower your leg back down to just above the ground and repeat. Change legs halfway through each set.

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Jumping Squat

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Photo credit: blackaphillyated.com

This is for the front thighs and bottom.

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, hands on your hips. Bend your hips and knees and squat down as if you were going to sit on a chair behind you, without leaning excessively forward from the hips. Quickly straighten your legs jumping as high as you can, then bring it down softly and return to the start position.

Bridge

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Photo credit: fitndiet.com

This trains the bottom and the core.

Lie on your back with knees bent, feet flat on the floor and arms by your sides. Tighten your stomach and lift your hips off the floor with your body in a straight line from your shoulders to your knees. Straighten your left leg keeping your hips level, hold then lower your body back down to the floor and repeat. Change legs halfway through each set.

Walking Lunges

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Photo credit: greatist.com

This is for your thighs and bottom.

Stand with feet apart holding a light dumbbell in each hand above your head with hands slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Take a large step forward with your left foot, then lunge down bending both knees and lowering down until your back knee is just above the floor. Come back up to standing, step your feet back in together before lunging forward with your right leg.

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