When I was 14 I was a skinny kid. My dad used to call me “Bones”. I was awkward, insecure, and not the biggest fan of myself, far from the dashing, charming mofo you see before you now. It never occurred to me when I was young that I had a choice in my appearance.
Then one day, while killing time waiting for the train home, I was perusing the magazines at a corner store and I noticed a copy of Muscle & Fitness.
Yes, this is the cover of the actual first magazine I saw. Cheesy indeed. But it started what would be a defining change in my life. Hopefully our little blog may be just that for some of you as well.
When I picked up the magazine and started reading, it hit me like a ton of bricks: I don’t have to be skinny. I can build my body up and actually sculpt the way I want to look. All of a sudden a world of possibilities opened up. I dived right in…I began reading about exercise like a boy possessed and started to work out like I was on a mission. I tried every routine and diet I could find to get some results but nothing seemed to work. The results just wouldn’t come. I was frustrated but too hard-headed to give up.
Then one day, I began reading about the power of leg training and the process of developing strong legs which will actually turbocharge your metabolism to build muscle and burn fat. Again I dived in with both feet first (pun fully intended) and it didn’t take too long for the results to finally start coming.
Sure I worked my whole body, but it was the specific leg training that was the key to unlocking change. Over the years, whether self-experimentation or with my training partners, friends, and clients, I devised a formula that produced results with the core focus of efforts given to hip and leg training. I’ve tried nearly every kind of routine and exercise under the sun: weightlifting, bodybuilding, yoga, Olympic lifting, Crossfit, sprinting, bodyweight workouts, bootcamps, martial arts training, long-distance running, obstacle course races; you name it I’ve done it. It’s from this myriad of training styles and experiences that I distilled a system that produced perfect butts and iron legs.
The “Aha” Moment
Here’s the kicker, when women followed this routine, the results were nothing short of amazing. Younger, older, it didn’t seem to matter, a woman following this workout plan would begin to build the kind of jaw-dropping derrière and gams that looked insane in jeans and mind-blowing on the beach. It was as if one could actually sculpt their body to symmetrical perfection.
Anyone who followed my system will tell you, leg workouts do not get you bulky, it only gets you leaner and toned with curves in all the right places.
When Daryl and I met and we started trading stories and techniques, I couldn’t have believed there could have been an even better system than what I had devised on my own. But when we combined our two approaches, it was like we had discovered the secret formula for fantastic booty. This thing of ours is just incredible.
Did you ever see a track athlete during the Olympics and wish your legs and butt looked half that good?
Some of you want to look good in clothes. To those people I’d suggest finding some other half-assed workout plan to lose a couple of pounds. To those of you who want to look good naked, read on.
My name is Daryl Devonish and I’ve been active in the fitness industry my whole life. Sports was my life growing up. I lived for the days when school ended and I could hit the soccer field or hockey rink for some competitive sports action. It filled me with confidence, self-esteem and a general sense of purpose. I took that passion and turned it into a career as a middle school teacher and athletic coach for after-school sports programs. As the years went by I realized that teaching sports (not academics) was my true passion. I became a certified Personal Trainer and took to education like a fish to water.
I’ve received many designations (RTS, CSCS) and have worked with everyone from the average beginner to CEO’s of major corporations and professional athletes.
I’m also the co-founder of a kids’ health and fitness charity called www.60minkidsclub.com. We are on target to hit every province in Canada and reach as many kids as possible in the school system. Our goal is to teach them how to be accountable to their own fitness and health regimes.
“Aha” Déjà Vu
As part of my education I have apprenticed with the very top sprint and track coaches in the world. When my clients used to come to me wanting a great butt and legs, I immediately made my track athlete training part of their program and it never failed to deliver the goods. Our bodies were meant to run, jump, and sprint. When we do, we can’t help but look like the fit thoroughbreds we are becoming.
Then Niall and I got together and while comparing notes over our two approaches, it became evident we had something to teach one another. We started challenging our clients to try this new program combining our techniques, and it was amazing. If you want to look perfect from the waist down you came to the right place.
Here’s the bonus, our training system will also deliver you with a great set of abs. In fact, you can’t get one without the other.
We’re offering you the roadmap to a six-pack, a perfect butt, and gorgeous legs. All you just have to do is get on the program and follow the instructions.
As much as I love working one-on-one with my clients, I realized that in order to reach the masses, I had to put together a program that could reach as many people as possible. That really is my mission! I want to help as many people as possible reach their fitness goals.
Don’t get me wrong though. I can’t want it more than you want it in order to achieve results. But I can pave the path you need to get there.
There is no better feeling than shopping for clothes for the new body you worked so hard to achieve. I often say, if you’re buying clothes to hide your body, then it’s time to change your body. It’s a downward spiral when you lose the motivation to keep active and eat clean. You should have an overall sense of love for yourself inside and out. But, like I always say, a set-back is a set-up for a come-back!