From zero to four-legged squat in just 24 hours sounds impossible, but that’s exactly what we will achieve today.
It was beyond my expectations how effective these exercises would be.
My friend Karen has been doing kettlebells for years and is fairly strong. However, she thought mastering one-legged squats would be difficult. In addition, she had a hip imbalance.
The Ultimate Hip, Knee, and Ankle Guide for One-Legged Squats fixed her hip imbalance. It showed her the path to do not only one bodyweight one-legged squat but FOUR – in less than one day from watching the free video you get when you order during this promotion: The Hip/Butt Restoration and Performance Clinic.
These results will not be the same for everyone because Karen has experience with squatting and kettlebells.
“Just had to tell you how much I LOVED doing the follow-along with the video this morning. It was extremely helpful to go through the drills while watching and listening to your cues for each exercise. My hips felt incredibly open and
mobile afterward, and I could do my first FULL bodyweight pistol on my left leg (the right leg is ALMOST there)! Still, this amazed me:
However, the real surprise or bonus was when I went for my afternoon walk. It was the BEST WALK EVER! My entire body felt connected, my gait was easy, I felt tall, and for the first time in years, my hips felt balanced and “even” (I tend to favor one leg over because one leg has always been “shorter” – hip imbalance, probably?).
Thank you for both the exercises AND the video. You have helped me overcome a lifetime imbalance that I thought was too difficult, time-consuming, and expensive to correct.”
I received this the following day:
“4 easy left leg pistols today. Never thought I’d ever achieve 1 – thought it would take too much time and patience to “work up” to it. You made it easy, Sean!”
-Karen Gallo, San Diego, CA
The video Karen refers to is the “ride-along” program I made to accompany the book. The first group of people who invested in the book kept asking me to video. So I built a follow along with a video of the muscle activation and mobility drills.
Finally, keep in mind that fitness ruts are perfectly normal, and they can happen to anyone. Even if you have a consistent fitness routine and eat a healthy diet, you may hit a fitness rut from time to time. And that’s OK. It’s normal and something we can learn from if we are willing to reflect on what happened. If you struggle to break out of a fitness rut, don’t be hard on yourself. Instead, use it as an opportunity to reflect on your habits and decide how you can do better next time.
The Hip and Butt Performance and Restoration Clinic.
Order The Ultimate Hip, Knee, and Ankle Guide for One-Legged Squats, and you can get it for free.
You must place your order before tonight to get the special discount for friends of Rick and Exercises for injury (only $27).
Join the 100s who are learning how to overcome stability and mobility problems to hit their first one-legged squats.
P.S When you order the Ultimate Hip, Knee, and Ankle Guide for One-Legged Squats tonight at 60% off (only $27), you will get the Hip/Butt Restoration and Performance Clinic Video FREE.