Butt, bum, arse, ass – whatever you call it, few parts of the body cause as much head-scratching and discussion as the rear end. Whether you like it big or small, we all aspire to having firm buttocks. My guest this week is known as The Glute Guy. Bret Contreras was teased at school for his diminutive butt, so he decided that the best revenge was to learn everything there was to know about glutes. After today’s show, you too will have a degree in buttology.
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8 thoughts on “Butt Talking with The Glute Guy (Bret Contreras) – Episode 33”
Very well done!
Camera up their vag….as!!!?? Loved this podcast!! Brett actually mentioned a lot of what you talked about on your live JHS Q&A on Monday about being able to do so many more reps and so on. Really interesting chat and though I’m really missing the gym and training with friends, I feel that after the JHS. I’m more focussed and have something to work towards. I’ll try and get those extra reps in as well as some hip bridges, which for whatever reason , I always try to avoid! ?
This episode on gluetious was very informative. I’m 59 and don’t want a pair of flap jacks as a booty. Thanks for giving us good information.
Fab conversation! Love the tips n tricks to getting your goal! Thank You!
Of all the things they stood out, I loved when you said “there are no haters that are doing better than you”! I loved that. I’ve come to realize that I do have weak glutes and is the reason why I have struggled with hip pain while running. I am doing 8 week Butt camp and I can already feel my hip and back pain subsiding!! I’m only 6 weeks in! I would never have guess that the flute was the biggest muscle and tmr root cause of my pain. Now, I feel like I will be able to achieve my goal of running another Marathon!!
Yes! ? We have had so many butt camp members exclaim how effective the program was at decreasing and getting rid of back pain, and how they can work the legs in a way they never though possible! I do hope you’ll tag us in the photos post marathon! xoxo
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