In order to see an enviable hourglass frame with curves in all the right places,
it’s crucial to not only target your waist but your hips.
Flattening your stomach while creating defined abs means working your entire core, glutes and thighs.
This body design consists of shapely hips and glutes, a robust chest, defined shoulders and defined abs.
Developing an hourglass shape takes dedicated effort, especially when you want to do it correctly.
But please note although we strive for an hour glass figure, we can only build how far our genetics allow.
So you may form shape, but if your genetics won’t push further you have to accept this and be
proud of the progress made and the noticeable differences that will still occur.
Eating healthy and cutting calories is important. Choose foods that have a high nutrient content
like lean meats, low-fat dairy, fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Perform cardiovascular exercise to burn fat.
Aim for 30 minutes of training on three nonconsecutive days a week. If you have a high amount of fat,
increase your time to 45 or 60 minutes and work out at a higher intensity.