Your way to the perfect hourglass figure!

We love hourglasses! At least when it comes to a woman’s silhouette: the back and shoulders are about the same width as the hips. The waist is narrow, the overall look is harmonious, and the body is supple and super feminine.

In order to get such curves, you should not only concentrate on the middle of the body but also on the shoulders and bottom. With the hourglass figure, it’s all about the proportions!

In addition to our exercises for a slim waist and a perfect hourglass figure, here are some tips on how you can achieve the optical illusion of the hourglass even better!

Quick tips for your hourglass figure:

  • Pay attention to your posture and always try to walk as upright as possible
  • Push-up bras, pencil skirts, or fitted dresses further enhance the hourglass effect
  • Drink plenty of water to keep your digestion going
  • Eat six small meals a day (prevents bloating and bloating)

While training for the buttocks and shoulders is comparatively easy, training for a small waist is more of a challenge. But don’t worry, our workout will create perfect curves in no time!


Many abdominal exercises have a strengthening effect, i.e. the waist does not become narrower but wider. For the hourglass effect, you should therefore give preference to exercises that focus on the lateral and oblique abdominal muscles.

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Warm up easily for 5 minutes or integrate the exercises into your usual training

Do 8-12 reps per set and 2-3 sets for each exercise

Keep the rest between sets short to increase the intensity

Repeat the entire workout 3-4 days a week

Wood chops on the cable:

Starting position: Attach a standard grip to the upper pulley. Stand to the side of the device, far enough away that you can still stretch out your arms. (hold the handle with both hands)

  • Now pull the handle down to your front knee while twisting your torso.
  • Repeat this exercise as many times as indicated on your workout plan!

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