Today is going to be a good day for you, no matter what improvements you desire for your lower body. Just keep reading to learn all about how you can fix the things about your butt, leg, hip and thigh area that you are unhappy with by using the simple exercises I have learned over the past 25 years.
I created this workout guide in order to make my knowledge and expertise available to people around the world. And, one by one, as each of you purchase this simple and effective workout routine and follow it consistently; you will help me accomplish my mission, as you experience the fantastic results that you are capable of.
If you are like most women, you have some issues with your lower body that is driving you crazy. You are not happy with what you see in the mirror and it affects every aspect of your life. You have made a bunch of unsuccessful attempts at fixing your stubborn trouble spots and problem areas and you are finally at your wits end.
But you are not giving up just yet… Because you still think you can fix the things about your body that bother you the most…
And you are quite right – you can make improvements – and you’ll be shocked at how easy it really is…
Forget the little pink weights, forget the butt blaster, and forget "muscle sculpting” with Susie the hyperactive personal trainer. Don’t waste your time with exercises like bicep curls or walking on a treadmill. For 99% of all people, exercises like these are inefficient.
Somehow the notion that exercise should be either easy or only moderately difficult continues to be the most detrimental misunderstanding by many would be exercisers. People are being misled into believing that they only need to mildly exert themselves and they will reap dramatic benefits in the process.
This misguided assumption destroys the potential effectiveness of the exercise regime of every person who possesses this belief. You will be very disappointed with your lack of results if you let this belief interfere with your willingness to exert yourself during your workouts.
Let’s get thing straight – activities such walking, running, biking, swimming, etc are often construed as exercise by the media, general public and health/medical professionals. These activities qualify as recreational physical activities and do not satisfy the definition of exercise and are not a necessary component of a proper exercise program.
Modern technology continues to make manual work a thing of the past. To make matters worse, magazines, newspapers, books, and ill informed fitness instructors have for years been inappropriately lowering the standards of exercise and telling people to: "go at an easy pace", "stop if you feel discomfort“, and of course “ do what you enjoy, as exercise should be fun!".
Now they are even telling us that activities such as grocery shopping, gardening, walking, playing with the kids, all qualify as exercise. So, is it any wonder that when an…