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Booty Butt Lift (Spring Break) - 10 Day Challenge

Your booty-

Believe it or not, it's actually made up of several different muscles including the gluteus maximums, minums, and medius. All of these muscles and ligaments intertwining together at the top near the lower back and at the bottom merging with the hamstrings.

It can seem daunting to exercise your booty and get it not just toned, but lifted, and rounded. It’s a large group of powerful muscles that all work together to help with proper movement, stability, and power. But putting all that aside it’s still a group of muscles just like any other. And just like any other group of muscles you can properly exercise them, strengthen them, and grow them to your desired shape and size. Think about it this way. Have you ever tried to work on just your chest, arms or back before? If you have you probably started to see results rather quickly in those areas. You probably mixed up your exercises to target different sub areas of that one particular muscle group. Your butt is no different than your chest, back, or arms. You simply need the right technique and mix of exercises to hit all the sub areas of your butt to make sure all areas are strengthened and developed properly.

You may have some EXCESS fat on your body. If you feel like you have a "saggy butt" clench your butt cheeks and feel them. You'll feel your tight muscles and the rest is fat. The fat FILLS the lower half of your booty and can give it that saggy look aka fat below the muscle. This is where nutrition and burning calories come into play. This WORKOUT PROGRAM is not just about working your lower body muscles...but also about burning calories and FUELING your body with healthy, nutrient dense foods.

So, why am i posting about this? BECAUSE STARTING MONDAY - YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN MY TEAM for a FREE 10-day TRIAL workout called BRAZIL BUTT LIFT and we all check in for accountability - IT'S GOING TO BE A BLAST!!

All you have to do is RSVP and I'll send you the link you need to JOIN US!!

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