Glutes and Core is a 12-week program that focuses solely on building fundamental strength. We tap into your deep core muscles, go over breathing methods, and teach you how to co-contract the glutes and core together so you learn to brace better when you lift.
I recommend this for anyone who has ever struggled with getting stronger- you may feel stuck on your lifts or like you've hit your max effort and the bar won't budge-, or is prone to back/hip pain, injury or feels weak in the core when they lift. I also recommend this for anyone who doesn't understand bracing or how to breath during exercise.
The program is bodyweight and bands mostly, with an intro to light weights toward the end. I've had ladies who are new to fitness run through this, as well as, seasoned powerlifters and competitive endurance athletes. They all say it changed how they move and lift for the better.
Epic Ass is a lot different from Get Glutes, but some of the underlying principles remain. Epic Ass is a six day a week body part split program, with emphasis on the glutes each workout. And you don't go for heavy reps. We stick to 6-30 reps range, using a variety of bodyweight, bands, and weighted exercises.
Both programs come with the app, which has been a huge hit. Plus you get an ebook and loads of video instruction.
Get Glutes follows the template we used when writing the book Strong Curves. They are primarily full body workouts that focus on getting stronger.
I ran beta testing with a small group of Get Glutes members for both Glutes and Core and Epic Ass and they loved the change of pace and how much their bodies changed. Even my powerlifter girls who went back to heavy training after said it changed their strength a ton.
The great thing about all these programs is you get to keep them. A lot of members have switched back and further between all three, cycling them every few months.