Some thoughts and discussions from me.


Hi guys!

I hope you’re having a lovely week so far. It’s been pretty nice over here. Yesterday, I spent the majority of the day outdoors, which always signifies a successful, happy day, in my opinion Winking smile

It started with a morning Niko walk around the ‘hood,


followed by a quick (5-exercise total) full body TRX workout.


atomic push ups = shaking abs and shoulders!

Then I got in a few hours of work for online clients, some writing assignments, and KIND, before hitting up the pool for some reading and kickboard for some more outdoor time. Typically, it would end there, but I had some evening plans last night! As the sun was setting, I met Heidi and Amy for a trail run around Marshall Mesa, which is just another gorgeous trail in Boulder.


Marshall Mesa Trail, Boulder, CO

When I got back home around 8:45p, I was toast.

Today’s a little lighter, with a spin class on the workout schedule (that I’ll be teaching) followed by teaching a  TRX class (in which I don’t participate – I coach.) I’ve also got a few clients to train in the gym.

So, now let’s talk…


I thought today would be a good day to post all of the deets for the YTP Glute Camp beginning on Monday. Tomorrow’s a holiday here in the US, and well, it’d be good to know the details before our 4-weeks actually began, right? Winking smile In addition to the information I wrote in this post, here’s what you can expect to be delivered to your inbox (if you signed up for my newsletter) by this Sunday morning:

-nutrition tips and guidance for the next 4 weeks

-your week 1 total body glute camp workout

-your week 1 workout schedule (with strength, cardio, and mobility)

And to reiterate, Glute Camp is about focusing on the sometimes less-focused on muscles of the posterior chain. Often, our ADL (activities of daily life) put us in a forward-moving, slouching, and slumping movement. The exercises in glute camp are designed to focus on the posterior chain to counteract our ADL ways. All you’ll need is yourself, a weight (I used a duffle bag filled with water bottles in the pic below,) and an optional resistance band.

The workouts will also promote lean muscle growth,  cardiovascular conditioning, fitness level progression, and fat loss.


What Glute Camp Is NOT: Glute Camp is NOT a gimmick, nor a 30-day challenge, nor a weight loss program. As always, please consult with your doctor before beginning any new exercise program.

Happy training!

Are you signed up for glute camp?

What are your plans for the 4th of July?

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