What is the Glute Guide?
This workbook of 10 Glute Finishers was written in true 10 Minute Mama style: AMRAPS. They are fun, challenging, and will help you build a stronger more functional booty. Trust me, my booty was SORE for days after testing a few of these babies out.
Why mamas need glutes
The physical demands of motherhood could be compared to those of an athletic event. Mamas are moving CONSTANTLY; up, down, twist, hinge, lunge, squat... we never stop moving.
The glutes sit in the center on the back side of the body and are connected to the upper body, lower body and core. They are responsible for standing upright and stabilizing the trunk against forward folding movements, like bending over to pick up babies. The glutes are responsible for a variety of movements in sports such as running, throwing, jumping, and twisting. Maintaining and continuing to build and strengthen these muscles
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Informational guide explaining the anatomy and importance of the glutes
Ten (10) glute-focused AMRAPS that can be performed on your time in your space
Video demonstration and access to the Laurens for form technique
What you get:
WHAT OUR MAMAS SAY ABOUT US:
'i thought i would keep these workouts in my back pocket for days when my toddler wouldn't let me get a "full workout" done, but instead the 10mm workouts have become my first choice because they are a full workout!"
Hey, we're the Laurens
We met in 2017 through Jessie Mundell's postnatal fitness specialist course and discovered that we're both incredibly passionate about helping other mamas find a "balance" between life and fitness... We met for the first time in person in March 2018. We're personal trainers, postnatal fitness specialists and hold several handfuls of other certifications that will help us, help you achieve YOUR best.