From our heads to hips to knees and feet no two bodies are exactly alike. We all come in different shapes and sizes.
That is especially true when it comes to hips. Some form an uninterrupted curve and others have a little dip – or hip dip – between the bottom of the waist and the top of the thigh.
The jury is out on whether exercise can help you banish the dip, but some people swear they have had luck with these exercises.
Side leg lifts
Lie on a mat on your left side with your legs fully extended and the right foot resting on top of the left foot. Rest your upper body on your left elbow with forearm extended and palm down on the mat.
Slowly lift your right leg so that together, your legs form a wide V shape. Lower your leg bringing the feet together and repeat for two sets of ten. Switch to the right side between sets.
Come to an all fours position on the mat with palms down. Keep your spine straight and extend your right leg fully behind you.