80 Day Obsession
The 80 Day Obsession workout program is an effective, step-by-step approach to building a shaped, curvy butt while simultaneously shrinking the core. It’s 80 days of obsessive focus on fitness and nutrition spread over 13 weeks.
How It Works
Why are my thinking that working on a program that works your Arms, Abs and A** is so important?
Working out your Arms, Abs and Booty is about more than just looking good. Having all 3 of these areas toned is always a nice bonus, but there are real health benefits to having strength in these large muscle groups!
Arms and Upper Body
Whether you swim, run, ellipticize, hit backhand, or chaturanga, your arms can take your workout from meh to wow. Strong shoulders, biceps, and triceps will help you slice through the water, propel you along the trail, and just keep you pumping more efficiently in general. Also, the amount of time we spend hunching over phones, computers, desks and behind the wheel of our cars, most of us suffer from some imbalances relating to our posture. The best way to achieve proper posture is to tone back and shoulder muscles, strengthening them to hold the top half of your body up.
Abs and Core:
Developing your midsection has positive benefits when it comes to daily function, sports performance and physical health. Your abs are part of your core, which includes your pelvic muscles, hips and the muscles that support the spine. Strong, able abs contribute to a healthy core, forming a powerful axis for your whole body.
Also, your abs are weak, it forces the back muscles to work harder to support your middle. Abdominal strength improves the endurance of the muscles of your back so you are less vulnerable to strain or injury..
A$# and Glutes
Your glutes — the minimus, medius and maximus — are the largest and strongest muscles in your body. The three muscles work together to abduct, rotate and extend the hip. Strengthening your glutes can help improve posture, as well as make sitting down, standing, picking up heavy objects and climbing stairs easier. Developing strong glutes can also improve athletic performance and decrease your risk for injuries.
Developing strong glutes is not only essential for optimal performance, but also can decrease your risk for injury in the knees, lower back, hamstrings and groin. Strengthening your glutes decreases your risk for back injuries by taking some of the pressure off your lower back. Furthermore, weak glutes may also contribute to pulled muscles in your hamstring and groin.