This program is designed to help athletes get or improve glute strength.
While it’s designed to be accessory, training the glute muscles means we are training leg muscles repetitively. Don’t be surprised if your legs get sore. This program will also improve single leg and hamstring strength.
About the Authors
Erick Hudson, owner of Constantly Varied Fitness, is a Crossfit Certified L2 Coach with over 8 years’ experience in Crossfit both as an athlete and a Coach. He has completed the Crossfit Olympic Weightlifting and Gymnastic specialty courses and is highly experienced in gymnastics and weightlifting/ strength training. Using his knowledge, coaching skills, and expertise he has helped countless people with pull ups, handstand pushups, muscle ups, and the many movements within Crossfit. In addition, he runs his own Youtube channel (Constantly Varied Fitness) with 200+ videos of informative fitness content.
Shawna Norton is a Crossfit Certified L1 Coach with over 12 years of experience in health and fitness and 5+ years in Crossfit. She holds a B.S in Kinesiology and is currently completing her M.S. in Kinesiology. In addition, she is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Health Coach, and Movement Rehab Specialist. She uses her experience and education to help people recover movement after injury and to help athletes learn to move well to prevent injury from occurring.
About the Program
This is an accessory program- it will be three days per week for eight weeks. In an ideal setting, you rest between days (i.e. don’t do two days back to back). We expect you to move quickly through the exercises while still moving well, and each day should take you no more than 30 to 40 minutes from start to finish. It is designed for you to be able to perform your normal workout routines in addition to the accessory work.