Now, I have seen a lot of posts about individuals with wide hips, but I feel that my body structure is quite uniquely problematic.
I have relatively broad shoulders, a very thin waist, and a normal upper hip. This seems fine, but then you get to my lower hip and it all goes downhill.
My thigh bone bulges out of my hip, with the trochanter of my femur bulging out of my body. It isn't some sort of disease or anything, it is just the bone stabbing out of my body.
This bulge makes my body structure look weird. It's sort of hourglassy, which is bad, but the base of the hourglass is low, which makes my upper body look slightly better.
However, it's still immensely problematic that this damn bulge is here. It looks jarring as it comes out of my relatively-normal hips, and even more jarring as my thighs are a lot thinner than the bulge, almost giving me a thigh gap.
The bulge makes my lower pelvis almost the same width as between my armpits, which is not exactly the most attractive trait.
My current exercise regimen focuses on pecs with pushups, abs with plank+crunches, obliques with side planks, lats with elbow press (Don't have a pull-up bar) and legs with lunges.
I would also like to clarify that I have barely started training, and therefore am still quite weak. I am Asian and 15 3/4 in age.