I have been bodybuilding about 10 months and I have a couple of problems that I hope you can help me with.
First, I can’t reduce the size of my hips. I have tried lots of different exercises but so far, nothing has worked.
My training partner tells me that part of the problem is that I do heavy squats but I love to squat; it’s one of my favourite exercises.
What do you suggest?
There is no exercise that acts as a subcutaneous fat emulsifier.
Exercise builds muscle. It does not reduce it. Lack of exercise will shrink or cause muscle tissue loss. To reduce the hips you must cut out exercises that throw stress on the area, like squats, half squats and leg presses and do exercises that throw stress on the hips and glutes: hack slides, sissy squats, roman chair squats and leg extensions.
Also, cut out your carbohydrates and get rid of any fat you are carrying in this area.