Congratulations! Your new best butt starts here.

Hi there,

Thank you for signing up to the Better Butt Challenge, it is an honor to have you on board.

Most don’t give much thought to their behind, but building a better butt brings with it a heap of benefits, from looking and feeling sexier, to being healthier and less injury-prone.

The focus on getting that perfect booty is becoming more and more popular these days. Lucky for you, I’m here to help out.

To get you started right away, you can download your FREE ebook Three Simple Steps to a Better Butt by clicking on the link or the image below.

3 Simple Steps to a Better Butt Ebook

I look forward to joining you on your journey to a better butt, and will be sure to keep in touch every now and then with exercises, tips and tricks to help you keep your butt looking in tip-top condition!

Don’t forget to add my email to your whitelabel email list to ensure you continue to get the latest updates from me.

Here’s to achieving your best butt yet,


P.S. I really do read and respond to all emails that I receive, so if at any stage throughout your journey to a better butt you have any questions about how to get your butt looking its very best, don’t hesitate to send me an email!

4 thoughts on “Welcome to the Better Butt Challenge Mailing List

  • January 19, 2016 at 11:34 pm

    I’m so glad I found a site like yours. I’ve noticed that I’m quad dominant and when I squat I don’t feel it working my butt much. I’ve found your information very wide, thorough, and awesome. Thank you.

    • January 19, 2016 at 11:46 pm

      Hi Kittycat!

      You sound just like me, so I’ll tell you what worked for me – try doing glute bridges, bodyweight only at first, and really concentrate on using your butt muscles to lift (rather than your lower back or hamstrings). This can take a while and be a bit frustrating, but sometimes people have inactive glutes and it can take a little bit of practice to restore your ‘mind-muscle’ connection. It doesn’t make sense to keep doing squats if your quads are going to take over all the time, as it just reinforces a bad pattern (not using your glutes when doing squats) and the muscular imbalance gets worse.

      Once you are doing glute bridges using mostly your glute muscles, you can try them holding a weight. From there, progress to other exercises such as lunges, deadlift, squat, etc., but you should find that by actively using your mind to concentrate on activating your glutes, you should be able to feel your butt working in these type of exercises more. These days I can usually feel squats in my butt, however it took a lot of work and practice to get to that point! I used to only ever feel squats in my quads and wondered why on earth everyone said they were such a great butt exercise.

      Let me know if you have any other questions, I’ll be happy to help!

  • February 14, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    So happy I found this site, now that I know the real shape of my but I can apply the correct booty building exercises. Thanks!! :-)

    • February 15, 2016 at 8:38 am

      Awesome Linda! Thanks for stopping by, and let me know if you need any more info – happy to help where I can!


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