The short answer is no. The longer answer is, extremely obese people do gain extra bone mass from carrying the extra baggage. That is not something to strive for. Your bone structure is determined by genetics, Generally you will be similar in shape to your relatives, but not always. Your butt/hips may get wider if you gain weight, but not your boney structure, you are "stuck" with what you have.
Female hip bones are wider. Males have less wider hips. I hope I helped :] Nope that is absolutely correct. Less wider is the key!
Hip bones get widen, bodies become curvier, breasts start to develop, periods start, and you gain more weight.
Men usually have larger skulls then women, also women's hip bones are built wider, to enable procreation. Men usually have larger skulls then women, also women's hip bones are built wider, to enable procreation.
According to the PT the weight is comparable to the human parts removed. There should be no increase in weight . Expect to gain some weight do to lack of exercise.
There is no patron saint of hip bones.
The acetabulum is the cavity formed by the hip bones.
The sacrum articulates with the hip bones of the pelvis.
It depends on how much weight you gain during your pregnancy.
The pubic symphysis, a fibrocartilage pad, joins the hip bones anteriorly.
Adults have one. but it started off as six bones that fuse together.
The hip bones in snakes (and in humans) are called the pelvis.
sacroiliac joint... SI joint. hip bones = illium
Chickens have 17 hip bones, which all perform a different task in the chickens movement
the hip bones curve out because the women need the space for the baby... its a female thing the hip bones curve out because the women need the space for the baby... its a female thing
6 baby cakes
skull and hip bones
The hip bones.
Female primates pelvic structures are wider and the pelvic opening is larger (both to accommodate pregnancy and birthing) than the male counterparts.
Unfortunately there aren't any pills one can take to boost hip size, unless you are willing to put on weight. If you don't carry a lot of weight in your hips, you may have trouble with hip size even if you gain weight.
Not necessarily. Your anterior hip bones are often visible. Just check your weight for height. As a woman, for the first five feet, start with 100 lbs. Then add 5 lbs for each inch of height (beyond five feet).
The pelvic bones, or "hip bones" are also called the innominates, the os coxae or the pelvis. They are among the bones that comprise the pelvic girdle.
It's your Hip Bones
2 Coxal bones join at the pubic symphysis to form the hip