In this first edition of "Overrated and Underrated," I cover popular methods pertaining to glute training. Shout out to Gary Vaynerchuck for coming up with this simple, catchy concept. I know many of you are going to want elaborations, so let me know what you're thinking in the comments and I'll do my best to answer. If you like this format hit a thumbs up and I'll revisit it down the road. 

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How To Best Train The Glutes (Rule Of Thirds)

If you want to maximize your glute development, then I encourage you to utilize my "Rule Of Thirds" in your training. When you design programs for yourself or your clients, you want around a third of your exercises to be vertical in vector, one third to be horizontal, and one third lateral/rotary. 

How Often Should I Train The Glutes?

"How often should I train my glutes?" is by far the most common question I receive from my followers. The simple answer is 3 times per week. The more complex answer is 2-6 times per week depending on 7 important factors. The most important of these factors is genetics, but exercise selection, volume, load, effort, intent, and specialization all play a role as well.

A Scientific Guide to Determine an Exercise’s Effectiveness

All exercises are awesome. Some are better suited than others for helping a person reach various goals. This video details a guide that can be used to help determine how effective a particular exercise is...

Progressive Overload vs The Mind Muscle Connection

In this video, I discuss the research behind attentional focus, the benefits of the mind muscle connection and progressive overload,...

Glute Band Workout: Influencers Take Note!

I start posting band burnouts in 2014, but when my buddy Cem had me do a 2-3 minute burnout when...

To Train To Failure Or Not

In this video, I discuss the different types of failure and explain which are most fatiguing, I discuss what the...

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