12 Weeks to the Perfect Peach!
There are over 20 workouts for you that you can carry on using when you have completed your 12 weeks. I have created a guide that is full of interesting exercises (some unusual but work wonders), and all the basic compound lifts. Not only will the workouts target your booty, they will also be targeting your legs – working specifically to target the hamstrings.
This isn't going to be your standard booty program with a couple of workouts in... I have designed a guide full of information for you to use every day, alongside the 12-week detailed plan itself. Here's what’s inside:
- Welcome information
- Glute anatomy
- Key tips, including nutrition and hydration
- Glute activation exercises for your warm up routine
- The 12-week detailed workout plan - You will begin with two workouts per week in week 1, and by week 12 you will be doing four workouts per week
- 20 different workouts: both compound and accessory exercises included
- 7 home workouts if you cannot make it to the gym
- An exercise log with pictures of the correct technique of every single exercise in the guide.
I promise you, by the end of the 12-weeks, the booty and leg pain along the way will be worth it to fit perfectly into your jeans and have the little bubble butt you have always wanted!
JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP: PERFECT PEACH GUIDE.
Here we can motivate one another and see everyones amazing progress throughout the 12 weeks. You will find the exercise log in VIDEO form, with key tips and technique for every exercise.
Easy to Follow
Every exercise in this guide has a picture demonstrating the correct position from the start to the end pose, so there is no need to worry about not recognising some of the names of the exercises.
Over the years of training, I have come to learn the importance of glute activation exercises before taking part in a leg/glute workout.
Going into a lower body workout without activating your glutes can not only lead to injury, but without activating your glutes, you will unconsciously place extra stress on the surrounding muscle, such as your legs and lower back. The primary goal of glute activation therefore is to train the glutes to be “turned on”, or “fired” throughout your lower body session. In turn, your gluteal muscles will become stronger over time and act as a support system for both your legs and core.