New Fullerton Boot Camp Tackles a Fresh Fitness Flaw: Flat Buns, with Month-long Fitness Camp that Transforms Droopy Backsides into High, Tight Butts

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For both women and men who want shapelier, sexier looking buns, Curtis Ludlow's new four-week program runs from April 3 to April 27, 2006 in two Southern California locations: 1na Dance in Diamond Bar and Acacia Park in Fullerton (http://www.poweronia.com).

With so many programs out there teaching people how to get rock-hard abs, fitness professional Curtis Ludlow has turned to a new fitness frontier: the buttocks. For both women and men who want shapelier, sexier looking buns, his new four-week program runs from April 3 to April 27, 2006 in two Southern California locations: 1na Dance in Diamond Bar and Acacia Park in Fullerton (http://www.CurtisLudlow.com).

“A sedentary lifestyle tends to cause the backside to flatten out,” says Ludlow, who holds the Certified Personal Trainer designation from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. “Women came to me asking how to develop a better looking butt. They want their pants to fit better and to look curvier from behind both with their clothes on and off. Although I haven’t had this inquiry from men, they suffer from the same problem and they’re also welcome in this special fitness camp.”

Ludlow’s new “Booty for Life” fitness camp includes exercises designed to reduce fat all over the body while simultaneously lifting participants’ buns. “By strengthening and firming the gluteus maximus, the largest muscle on the human backside, both men and women can develop a great-looking butt,” he says.

Three separate sessions of the camp are offered, each meeting Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for four consecutive weeks: 5:00 to 5:45 a.m. in Diamond Bar; 6:00 to 6:45 a.m. in Diamond Bar; and 5:00 to 5:45 p.m. in Fullerton. Anyone curious about the program is welcome to take the first class in the series free. Class size is limited to 15.

As a personal trainer based in Fullerton for more than five years, Curtis Ludlow specializes in body weight training. He is also the author of “14-Minute Fitness,” a body-weight-only training program. For more information about the upcoming “Booty for Life” fitness camps or to sign up, people may go to http://www.CurtisLudlow.com or call (714)414-9942.

Contact:

Curtis Ludlow

2654 Sherwood Ave

Fullerton CA 92831

http://www.CurtisLudlow.com
714.414.9942

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