Unlock Your Glutes

Unlock Your Glutes

Glutes. For Men And Women Who Are Looking To Get A Rounder, Firmer, Stronger BUTT

You’ve been LIED TO about how to train your body’s BIGGEST muscle…

Your glutes are your body’s most powerful muscle, yet they’re also the most misunderstood.

Glutes

As the engine for almost every lower body and back movement you make, they deliver raw strength and power… but only when properly activated.

It’s like you’re sitting behind the wheel of a muscle car. You have all that raw power and strength lying dormant ready for you to unleash… but you don’t know how to get past 30.

Weak glutes are often the “hidden” factor in most injuries, including poor posture, lower back pain, knee pain, hamstring strains, muscle imbalances and lower body injury.

When your glutes lose strength, it affects your whole body. Other muscles are forced to compensate, causing imbalances and severe health consequences.

Your Glutes Are The
Powerhouse Of Your Body.

Strengthen your glutes, and you will run faster, you will jump higher, you will throw harder.

The problem isn’t how hard you workout. It may not even be your genetics or your diet. It certainly isn’t your commitment, although it may feel like you’re trying everything and getting nowhere.

To guarantee you target every part of each muscle you need three different exercise strategies in all three different planes of motion.

To fully develop your glutes, your training needs to focus on two elements: 1) glute-specific movements and 2) targeting all three muscles, with all three exercise strategies in all three planes of motion.

You can see why it’s easy to fall back on big compound moves, but there are 36 GLUTE-SPECIFIC movements to target each part of your butt. Some people – coaches included – may find that intimidating but there’s a simple way around it.

So the question is, are you serious enough about growing your butt to follow in the footsteps of fitness competitors and commit to glute-only days?

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