Here we are at week 4 on my campaign to fight SB Syndrome.  Doesn't seem to matter where I turn, the affects still seem to be with us.  But to do my part, here is the next movement for you, or someone you know, to use to fight SB Syndrome. 

Remember, it's not just about vanity, it's also about keeping your core functioning and your lower back out of pain.  The glute/butt muscles play an important role in keep you out of pain. Because if they are too weak or not used appropriately your back and other muscles try to take over. And if you've ever had nagging back pain you know how uncomfortable and irritating it can be. So do your part. Feel free to pass on the info.

Be sure to stop by next week for another great movement to help you fight SB Syndrome.

Well, here we are at another Friday.  You know that means it's time for another exercise to help you or someone you know fight SB Syndrome (that's Saggy Behind Syndrome).  If you've been motivated by my blog, I'm sure you've been just as concerned as I have at what is obviously a growing and alarming trend.  Are you doing your part?

Remember, if I haven't made it completely clear, let me do so now.  On ALL of the exercises I demonstrate to you I request that you activate your abs/core just prior to movement.  Each and every movement you do requires core activation in order to stabilize your spine while you are moving. This is hugely important if you are going to get the right muscles to fire and to avoid injury.

And just a reminder in case you forgot, these Friday movements that I'm sharing with you from my private glute locker are not only for your glutes, they do wonders for core activation as well. Truth be known, in order to for legs and hips to function properly you need a strong and stable core. And besides, I figure what the heck, if I can train two muscles at the same time effectively and safely, then why not.

Click on the video below and get your next tool in fighting SB Syndrome.  Look forward to seeing you next week with another movement to get you firmer, well shaped, functional glutes.