Glute Reboot: All About Exercise for the Glutes CEC course

All About Exercise Program Design for the Gluteus Maximus CEC Program With Abbie Appel

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2 GREAT educators in 1 course!


Do you want to know how your glutes are designed to function?

Do you want to know the best exercises to improve your BOTTOM line?

Then this is the course for you! 

One day when discussing the differences between a Barre class and kettlebell workout, Abbie Appel and Pete McCall realized that men and women often have different objectives and methods when doing exercises for the same muscles; the result of that conversation was the Glute Reboot workshop to help EVERY one learn the most effective exercise strategies for the most visible muscles in the body. 

The gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus function the same way in men and women yet both genders tend to do completely different exercises for these muscles in the gym. 

In this engaging and interactive recorded webinar you will learn how the glutes function, the best exercises to engage the glute muscles in each plane of motion and how to design workouts that change appearance as well as enhance performance. 

Abbie presents from the point of view of the group fitness instructor - how to engage with and encourage your audience so that everyone is having fun while they exercise and Pete teaches the science of how muscles function to produce movement; their two different styles merge well together to help you understand the best exercises for your bottom line. This recorded webinar has been awarded 0.2 CECs for the American Council on Exercise.

For a limited time only! Purchase Glute Reboot and receive a copy of the Dynamic Anatomy e-book at no additional cost!  

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Learning Objectives

  1. Name the muscles, bones and joints that comprise the hip complex in the human body.
  2. Explain how the gluteal muscles function to control force and produce movement.
  3. Describe the gluteal muscles can produce multi-planar movements.
  4. Identify how to exercise the gluteal muscles in all three planes of motion.
  5. Demonstrate how to perform safe and effective exercise techniques for optimal development of the hip extensor muscles.

Course Content

Module 1: Slide Presentation
Free Bonus - Dynamic Anatomy E-book

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