Of course you can still lose fat even if you’re big-boned, but I see what you’re getting at. From an ideal visual perspective, a small bone structure is desirable because it accentuates muscle mass and can make a person appear deceptively thinner when wearing clothing.
I personally am wide at the hips, so my results won’t look as dramatic as someone with narrower ones. But don’t let that discourage you. Work with what you were given; you will still look great.
hi hennie! yes, there’s a definitely a possibility for you to cut down fat! honestly, i’d say my body frame leans in the “big-boned” direction (that or i’m just really dense), but i would never use it as an excuse to not exercise.
it may not be ideal… but in life, you rarely end up getting your ideal situation.
with discipline, you can still achieve the results that you want— so work hard! :)