Hip Dips: Why they’re bad for your knees and hips!
The good news is that it’s not too late to stop these dangerous exercises. The bad news is that there isn’t much time left before you have to start doing them again. So if you want to avoid injury, here are some tips on how to do so:
1) Don’t try this exercise with someone else!
You must do it alone.
2) Do it slowly and carefully.
If you don’t feel like doing it, then just walk away from the table or chair.
3) Try to keep your body weight off your heels while standing up straight.
4) When you bend over, make sure that the knee does not touch the floor when you lift yourself back up.
5) Make sure that your feet stay close together (at least one foot).
6) Don’t lean forward too far when bending over.
Keep your back straight.
7) Avoid leaning on anything during this exercise.
8) Never do this exercise with anyone else unless you are both willing to take full responsibility for any injuries that may occur.
10 Exercises That Will Get Rid of Hip Dips: The Bottom Line!
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