People are always looking to gain an edge with their workouts and will do almost anything to see gains. At Chunk Fitness, we don’t want people to do ‘anything’.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
Chunk Fitness, one the most complete physical education resources on the Internet, has recently released its collection of butt exercises to the public. This collection includes demonstration videos in addition to complete write-ups on how to perform the specified exercise correctly in order to minimize risk of injury, tips on how individuals can take their workouts to the next level, detailed muscle charts showing secondary and tertiary muscle groups involved in a particular exercise, as well as related exercises one can perform to add variety (and much needed change) to their exercise programs.
Fitness websites are not new to the Internet but Chunk Fitness brings a new approach to this market. Michael Lepore, founder and CEO of Chunk Fitness says: “People are always looking to gain an edge with their workouts and will do almost anything to see gains. At Chunk Fitness, we don’t want people to do ‘anything’. We want them to do the right thing. Glute (butt) exercises are a favorite among our female audience members and classic exercises like lunges and squats are a great place to sculpt the body.”
For those looking to tone and solidify their glute muscles, head over to the glute section of Chunk Fitness and give some of the available butt exercises a try. Each of these exercises comes with a written description as well as a video demonstration of how to properly execute it while avoiding injury.
About the Company: Chunk Fitness was founded in 2010 on the principle that information about exercise and fitness should be available for everyone, not just one select group of people. This information is presented in a clear and non-partisan fashion. Chunk Fitness is a direct result of personal confusion and dissatisfaction with what was currently available on the Internet in regards to exercise and its related fields of nutrition. For more information, visit http://www.chunkfitness.com.