For Men And Women Who Are Looking To Get A Rounder, Firmer, Stronger BUTT
Plus The #1 Exercise to Develop a Rounder, Stronger Butt
Well, what if you discovered all your hard work was causing you to be MORE prone to injury, was having ZERO effect on the shape of your butt and was leaving you with LESS strength and power?
What if you discovered you were ALWAYS going to fall short of the body you want, because…
You’ve been LIED TO about how to train your body’s BIGGEST muscle…
And it’s cost you in your performance, your health and even how you look.
I’m talking about your glutes.
Your glutes are your body’s most powerful muscle, yet they’re also the most misunderstood.
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.
When you discover the right way to unlock your glutes, everything changes. You can put the pedal to the metal on your gains.
And you know when you’ve trained your glutes the right way, as you’re the proud owner of a strong, round, healthy butt.
I’ll explain in a moment how you’ve been misinformed about the right way to build strong glutes…
…but if you’re still stuck on squats and lunges to develop your butt, you need to stop NOW.
The “Squat Myth” has, for too long, left millions of men and women frustrated at their lack of progress, struggling to grow their behind.
And it gets worse. Not knowing how to train properly has left you with a problem – weak glutes.
Ignore those who say a strong, rounded butt is pure vanity. It’s a sign of strength and good health.
You’ll NEVER Get A Great Butt
With Weak Glutes.
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.
Ever suffered a long-term injury that simply won’t go away no matter how much you treat the area of pain? It could be a cause of weak glutes.
A saggy or non-existent butt can be embarrassing. But when you’re denied a strong, round butt it’s a reminder every time you catch yourself in the mirror that your efforts are producing zero effects, leaving you frustrated and angry.
When your glutes lose strength, it affects your whole body. Other muscles are forced to compensate, causing imbalances and severe health consequences.
Here are just some problems associated with weak glutes:
Diminished athletic performance
“Flat butt syndrome”
Low back pain
Some upper body pains
Lower extremities injuries
Patella femoral pain syndrome
Iliotibial band friction syndrome
Inability to lift heavier weights
Your Glutes Are The
Powerhouse Of Your Body.
Everything flows from this area. Whether you’re walking, running, climbing, jumping, stepping, sitting or even just standing without moving, your glutes are involved. The stronger your glutes, the more efficient your movement.
Strengthen your glutes, and you will run faster, you will jump higher, you will throw harder.
If this is a SHOCK to you, don’t worry – I’ve got your back. I’ve unlocked the secret to sculpting powerful glutes and a strong butt, and in a moment I’ll share it with you.
But first, let me introduce myself…
I’m Brian Klepacki, MS, CSCS – aka Coach Brian – a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with a Masters Degree in Exercise Science.
I’ve dedicated the last 16 years of my career to working at the cutting edge of training and exercise science.
As a Functional Movement Specialist, I know it’s crucial to separate fact from fiction when it comes to training and performance. Step behind the headlines and you get the real story.
I know what works. I’m in the trenches using trial and error and applying proven principles every day working out with athletes, body builders and fitness models.
And this is where I do it…
Welcome to The Compound, our state of the art training facility in Clearwater, Florida.
The Compound is my testing ground working with elite athletes applying the latest science to improve their performance, health, and wellbeing. Every day, I put these principles into action.
And It’s Here I Cracked The Code Of Training Your Glutes To Force Them To Respond.
You see, everyone BELIEVES they have powerful glutes. But often their weakness is masked by strength in other areas. As soon as you isolate the glutes… then the realization hits.
It’s hard to take when you work so hard.
Body builders who spend their days squatting, doing lunges and deadlifting go to pieces when I put them on glute-specific movements. They’ve built a mansion on foundations of sand.
After a few minutes of glute exercises, they’re floored.
When they discover how weak they really are, they can barely look at me. But it happens all the time.
Compare this to sprinters who train at The Compound. They have a laser focus on glute-specific movements. When faced with the same program, their glutes deliver raw, unbridled power and speed. If you want to understand how to explode your glutes, look at these guys.
And, Honestly… Have You EVER Seen A Sprinter With A Weak, Flat Butt?
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.
You see, it’s not your fault.
You’ve been lied to.
When we trust trainers with our bodies, we expect them to know what they’re doing, right?
But it turns out they don’t. They rely on routines based on decades-old research and training principles, instead of combining the latest science with, you know, REAL WORLD experience working with athletes.
The worst are Instagram fitness “celebrities” giving out glute advice based on a flawed understanding of human physiology.
They misunderstand the muscle. They misunderstand how to activate the glutes. They misunderstand fundamental training principles.
They don’t give you the complete picture.
(Sure, they may have a great butt… but they’re 20 years old, have never had kids, have great genetics and may be taking extra-curricular supplements. But, hey, let’s not mention that…)
Instead, you’re left disappointed when you don’t get the same results.
That’s why I had to speak out. To fight back against the misinformation and myths that some trainers keep pushing on you.
There Are THREE Glute Training Obstacles
Standing In The Way Of You
Getting The Strong, Powerful Shapely Glutes
Glute Development Barrier#1
The Squat Myth
If you want shapely glutes, you have to train all THREE planes of motion to get fullness – vertical, horizontal and rotational.
Most people do squats and deadlifts which are vertical movements. You still need to do lateral movements and twisting movements.
So you see why most programs fail because they don’t target all three planes of motion.
You also need to stress each muscle using different exercise strategies.
Here’s what complicates it. There isn’t one exercise that targets all three. To guarantee you target every part of each muscle you need three different exercise strategies in all three different planes of motion.
And that’s why glute-specific training is the key to unlocking their power…
The Fix – Glute-specific training
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.
By far, the biggest myth holding you back is that squats, lunges and deadlifts are glute exercises. They’re not. They’re leg exercises. They can activate the glutes incidentally, but they’re all about the legs.
If you want stronger glutes, why aren’t you doing glute strengthening exercises?
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.
There’s a “secret” known to many models and fitness competitors who know a thing or two about sculpting a powerful butt. And it may transform how you work out.
Quite simply, they DON’T train glutes and legs together. (Why would they? They’re completely different.)
Instead, they dedicate at least two sessions per week solely to hit their glutes. Their leg days fit around that.
It makes sense when you think about it. Glutes are the biggest muscle in your body. They get to have their OWN day.
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?
Glute Development Barrier#2
Super Long Gym Workouts
Secondly, if you have a gym membership that’s great but not a requirement.
There are lots of exercises you can to add resistance with your bodyweight or other common items that you can use in your workouts when exercising at home or when traveling.
The Fix – Include bodyweight exercises
If you have a gym membership that’s great, but if you don’t you can still develop your glutes with bodyweight exercises at home.
Study after study proves you can achieve serious growth through bodyweight exercises instead of heaving weights. You really can grow your glutes without setting foot in a gym (although adding resistance can speed up progress).
One study proved bodyweight exercises – hip thrusts – activated a comparable level of lower limb muscles as machine exercises . Another study suggested it was possible to improve muscle power and growth through bodyweight exercise with blood flow restriction . A further study showed muscle growth occurred without the need for resistance at all.
What these studies show are the benefits of incorporating bodyweight exercises without the injury risks associated with lifting weights.
Too much advice focuses on complicated movements that never really hit your glutes. Or the need to use 25 hard-to-find machines in your gym. I want to show you that seriously building your butt is as simple as a well-considered bodyweight plan.
There’s a catch, though. None of what I’ve talked about above will give you the results you want if you’re training a dormant muscle…