Challenging Hamstring and Butt Exercise

If you’ve been looking to spice up your leg workout you’re in luck. Today I have a challenging hamstring and butt exercise that is somewhat unconventional. Very few people take advantage of this exceptional exercise and I hope that this post will change that.

When you think about training your hamstrings, the most common exercises that come to mind are Stiff Leg Deadlifts and Leg Curls. I’ve been hooked on the T-Bar Stiff Leg Deadlift for the past few months ever since my buddy Tom Venuto introduced them to me. I get an amazing stretch and contraction with that hamstring exercise. I’ll be sure to record a video of the T-Bar Stiff Leg Deadlift soon. The regular Deadlift also makes for one heck of a glute and hamstring exercise.

When I asked the members of Tom’s Burn The Fat Inner Circle if they had any alternative exercises that really blast the hammies and glutes I was surprised to hear Tom suggest Glute-Ham Raises. I was even more surprised when Tom mentioned that Glute-Ham Raises are not only difficult, but you can expect 3x the muscle soreness afterward.

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How To Strengthen Your Shoulders and Prevent Injuries

I have a great guest post to share with you today by my friend and fitness expert for men and women over 50, Richard Schuller, author of “A Guide To Getting Younger After 60“.

Want a really great exercise to strengthen your shoulders for any recreational sport? The overhead dumbbell walk is a great movement devised to strengthen all the support muscles in the shoulder to help prevent injury, and enhance overall performance.

Overhead Dumbbell Walk

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Spicy Quinoa Recipe

Spicy Quinoa

Angie and I have been experimenting with a variety of quinoa recipes lately and absolutely loving it! It’s a great alternative to brown or basmati rice and oats, which are staples in my diet. One of the big benefits is that it’s gluten free, which is great for our fellow Fat Loss Quickie friends who have an intolerance or allergy to gluten.

Here are the ingredients in this recipe that Angie created recently:
1 cup Quinoa
2 cups vegetable broth
1 cup chopped onion
4 garlic cloves
2 Tsp crushed chillies
1 Tsp cumin
1 Tsp black pepper
1 Tsp red pepper flakes
1 cup frozen corn
1/2 cup cilantro


Soak quinoa for 3-5 minutes, then rinse.

Bring quinoa, vegetable broth, crushed chillies, cumin, and black pepper to a boil. Then simmer for 30 minutes.

While the quinoa is simmering, fry up the onion and garlic in a little bit of olive oil.

After 30 minutes, add the onion-garlic mix, the corn, and cilantro to the quinoa and let simmer for 5 minutes.

That’s it… Enjoy!

Nutrition Facts: 4 servings
234 calories
44 grams of carbs
8 grams of protein
3 grams of fat.

Of course, you don’t need to add the corn and you can cook it in water instead of vegetable broth if you wish.

To achieving your limitless potential,

Scott and Angie Tousignant

About The Authors

Fat Loss Experts Scott and Angie TousignantScott and Angie Tousignant have been helping busy men and women, just like you, transform their body and life for over a decade. This dynamic duo prides themselves on providing a balanced and practical approach that will motivate and inspire you to become the best YOU that you can be.

Scott and Angie have dedicated themselves to sharing their exact workouts, what they eat, and how they stay motivated to continue transforming their body’s and life.

Their line up of body transforming programs includes, Metabolic Masterpiece, Sizzlin’ Circuits, Core Plus More, Girl Empowered, 10-Minute Metabolism Booster, and More Love Less Fat.

We’re excited to share in you successful body transformation!

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How To Accelerate Your Fat Loss

Obi Obadike Accelerate Your Fat LossI love to pick the brains of my fellow physique artists with some of the greatest bodies around the world and discover the strategies that they have implemented to lose fat and gain muscle.

Recently I picked the brain of Obi Obadike, WBFF World Champion Fitness Model and creator of Accelerate Your Fat Loss. Obi has one of the greatest physiques that I’ve ever seen. In fact, I use a picture a Obi’s back muscles as a source of motivation to continue sculpting my body.

?1)  A lot of people struggle to get themselves down to 4% body fat, but rarely do they ever maintain it. How difficult is it for you to maintain this level of leanness… what are your biggest challenges… and how do you overcome those challenges?

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Quick and Intense At Home Leg Workout

If you live a busy lifestyle, workout at home, and are looking to add some variety to your leg workouts, this video will spice things up for you….

Here’s the routine:

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A Synergistic Approach To Fat Loss

At first glance this may sound like simplistic common knowledge, but I assure you that there is more to it than meets the eye. For some reason the concept of a synergistic approach hit me hard during my workout today. During the past six months I have witnessed changes in my physique that greatly exceed any other transformation that I’ve gone through. The reason for this amazing transformation is not just because I set a BIG goal to achieve by a specific date. It’s not just because I surround myself with like-minded supportive people who are striving for greatness. It’s not just because I’ve been following a killer workout program designed to gain muscle and lose fat. It’s not just because I’m following a killer diet plan that is designed to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. It’s not just because I’ve been walking for 30-45 minutes daily. It’s not just because I’m getting a great sleep every night…

…The reason for the amazing results that I’ve been experiencing is because I have been incorporating all of the above into my daily life. Everything is working in synergy.

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Will You Look Better On You Next Birthday?

Will you look better on your next birthday? Will you be leaner? Will you have more muscle? Will your physique be more symmetrical? Will you improve upon your weaker points? I’d love to hear your thoughts and how you see yourself improving between today and your next birthday.

The inspiration for this post came from one of my greatest role models, Tom Venuto, author of Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle, The Holy Grail Body Transformation Program, and creator of the Burn The Fat Inner Circle. It was his birthday and Tom had posted a great message on the Burn The Fat Facebook Fan Page…

“What if you set a goal to hit a personal record (PR) on your birthday workout, for every b-day, for as long as you live?

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Do You Have A Flat Butt?

Do you have a flat butt? Would you like discover some powerful tips and exercises to help you build a more fuller, rounder, and sexier butt? You’ll find it all in today’s article, which includes links to photo and video demonstrations.

Powerful Tips, Tricks and Techniques For Building Larger, Firmer, Rounder Glutes

By Nick Nilsson

Do your thighs get more work than your glutes when you’re doing glute exercises? This information is going to change the way you train your glutes forever!

It’s a common problem that many people run into when they’re trying to build and work the glutes: the thighs take over the exercises and the glutes get left out in the cold!

One of the major reasons this happens is that

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Do You Prefer To Train With A Partner Or Alone?

It would mean a great deal to me if you could take a brief moment to share whether you prefer to workout with a training partner or workout by yourself. I’d also love to know why you prefer one over the other.

I personally haven’t worked out with a training partner for quite a while now. I have found that it helped me get in the zone and block out all distractions. I could just pop in the headphones, crank the music and hone in on my mind-muscle connection.

Well, I had a HUGE eye opener yesterday. For the first time in ages I worked out with a great friend of mine and it took my workout to an entirely new level. I pushed well beyond what I thought were my limits and now realize that I am capable of much more than I previously thought.

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The Truth About EPOC and 9 Times Faster Fat Loss

There’s no doubt that you’ve come across hyped-up claims from fitness marketers telling you that their workout program will melt fat 9 times faster and will have you burning massive amounts of calories for 48 hours after your workout, which they refer to as the “Afterburn”, or in scientific terms EPOC (excess post-exercise oxygen consumption). These so-called “fat loss guru’s” are passing this information off as fact, and in a very clever and convincing way to the general public. Unfortunately, if you have bought into their claims, you have been mislead and I’m about to show you how.


You will often times hear the “Afterburn” claims from programs that involve HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), regular Interval Training, and most recently Metabolic Resistance Training. I want to make it absolutely clear that I am not against these types of training. I have personally incorporated them into my training for nearly a decade.

What I am against is the false, EXAGGERATED claims and misuse of cherry picked data in order to get you to buy into a certain program. Frankly, I feel that there are many fitness professionals whom would benefit a great deal from taking a business ethics 101 course.

The purpose of this post is to set aside the hype and uncover the truth, so you can make an informed decision about the next workout program that you choose to follow.

Exaggerated Claims Based On Flawed Research

According to some cleverly marketed workout programs, you’ll be burning hundreds of calories post-workout all thanks to the afterburn of their high intensity workout. The truth is,

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