Fans of Kim Kardashian bum turn to glute workout machine Ultimate Booty Builder by FitBoutique and give rave reviews
It’s the nifty home workout device fans claim gives Kim Kardashian-like gains in just eight weeks – without the cost and invasive risk of surgery.
The Ultimate Booty Builder – Glute Training Machine by Melbourne-based FitBoutique promises to result in a lifted, toned and peachy perfect booty through targeted resistance training.
And while there’s nothing new about resistance training for muscle growth, the before-and-after shots posted to the brand’s website by users are testimony to the fact this product is unique in delivering visible transformations in incredibly short periods of time.
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So much so, the ‘Booty Builder’ is being heralded as “life-changing”.
“For 8 weeks FitBoutique has without doubt changed my life. Now I don’t feel guilty about enjoying the finer things in life because I never miss a training session,” wrote Accalia C.
“I can’t believe I achieved these booty gains at home!” added Hanna P.
“Has been life changing. I’ve seen incredible progress with losing weight and getting my booty and it makes me so happy. Anything is possible when you put your mind to it,” commented Nouf Hamze.
According to FitBoutique founder AJ Majid, who created the product to ensure people could continue training their glutes when they couldn’t access gyms during COVID lockdowns, the best thing about the booty machine is that it can be used anywhere.
“It’s portable, lightweight and you can train at home, not everybody wants to be in a gym,” Majid said.
“And it’s a compact machine. It’s easy to use, easy to set up and it can hold a bit of weight.”
When the Booty Machine was released in 2020, stock flew off the site so quickly, the eCommerce entrepreneur had trouble keeping up with demand.
And while thankfully, the days of harsh lockdowns are behind us (we hope!) the appeal of training at home has remained, particularly for certain demographics.
“(That includes), say, a female that’s postpartum, who might be intimidated to go to the gym,” Majid said.
“You know, because between carrying the baby, then afterwards, it could be up to nearly two years she’s been out of the gym.
“So having it at home, she can actually just whip it out and do the eight-week speed program and train in the comfort of the home.”
Get your hands (or your glutes) on one here.
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