OUR TRAINING VALUES
01 | THINK LONG TERM
Results don't happen overnight. As the good old saying goes "Rome wasn't build in one day" Same goes with your glutes. Building strong, beautiful glutes you'll be proud of will take time. If you're committed to the long term process and not an "8 week transformation" just to post on Instagram, there's no way you won't get the results you're looking for.
02 | BUILD A STRONG FOUNDATION
Nothing can be built without a strong foundation. Think about a house, without a strong foundation, the house will crumble. Same goes with our bodies! Thankfully, the glutes are a part of that foundation. It'll be very important for you to master the technique of each lift, especially the hip thrust and the deadlift. By mastering these two key lifts, you are laying the foundation for a successful glute building journey.
03 | APPLY PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD
As you lay the foundation and master your technique, your foundation will now begin to grow stronger. It'll be very important to apply progressive overload to your workouts. The same movements will require you to add more and more load to barbell. You cannot shy away from heavy weights. If you want to continuously become stronger and build bigger glutes, progressive overload is key and will be at the forefront of your training program.
04 | TRAIN FOR PERFORMANCE (ELIMINATE LIMITING FACTORS)
You can chase the number on the scale but more often than not, this can lead to dark path for alot of women. We want to avoid that. If you train for performance and are actively working towards PRs in the gym, the aesthetics (what you look like) will follow. Also, a weaker grip, strength, lower back and core strength are often limitations for women that come from lower body training. We make sure to work on those weak points to avoid the possibility of plateauing, limit the risk of injury, improve your posture and so on.
05 | FALL IN LOVE WITH THE PROCESS
When you love what you do, you’ll do it better. And you’ll do it more. You are more likely to stay consistent with the work if you’re enjoying it. Getting ample recovery, eating better and making your training a top priority.
06 | PAIN FREE TRAINING
There is no value in pushing through aches and pains or injuries. There are always ways to train around your pain/injuries. This may mean different exercise selection or modifications. You cannot make progress if you are in pain. We make sure to train around pain, not through it.