The Booty Slide workout system uses a series of exercises designed to help you lose weight, strengthen your core, and lift your butt at the same time. It involves using a pair of special booties that help you slide around the floor. But can these exercises really do the trick, or is this just another fitness gimmick?
It seems there’s always some new at-home fitness system coming out promising to help you lose weight and get fit. There’s no limit to the number of ways they can come up with that seem like they’d work. The trick is only buying into the ones that actually do work, and avoid the losers. There are a few tips to help with that, such as the price, the complexity of the gadgets involved, and the credibility of the trainer/guru.
Booty Slide claims that in just 8 weeks you can turn your body around, lose weight, lift your butt, have better joint integrity, and less back pain. As testimonial examples they show women that were able to lose anywhere from 9 to 12 pounds. They say this program is fun, which would mean you’ll enjoy doing it and be able to stick with it long enough to see results.
Not So Much Hype
The program was created by Rebecca Kordecki who is trying to make a name for herself as a female fitness model and fitness expert. She’s the one that walks you through each of the exercises and shows you the proper form for them. She’s not a big time celebrity yet, so it’s not getting the big amounts of hype as some other programs do. It also doesn’t promise the world, and keeps its claims to a minimum.
Booty Slide is $28 delivered to your door and includes everything you need to get started with the program. It’s four DVDs, plus the special booties, plus the sliding pads for your hands and knees. This makes it one of the more affordable home fitness programs, since it’s just one payment. They offer a 30 day money back guarantee on it, so you can get $20 back if you’re not happy with it once you get it.
If you’re going to have success with this you need to block off 8 weeks and commit to following through with it each day, as directed by the program. A lot of the times people will say things like “I’ll give it 2 weeks” or start looking for massive results in the first week. But systems like these need to be given a good amount of time in order to work, and in this case they’re asking for 2 months, so it would be unfair to judge its effectiveness in a shorter time frame than that.
The Booty Slide program brings some new exercises to the table, and many of them are ones you’ve probably never tried before. By using the sliding motion, they are creating an unstable environment and your muscles are going to have to stabilize themselves, working out muscles that usually don’t get any attention. It’s a similar concept to a Swiss ball, where it creates instability so you have to tighten your core in order to regain stability.
While getting exercise is great, you’ll want to be sure to eat right while you’re on your 8 week program. This will help you feel even better, and will maximize your results. The combination of exercising and eating right at the same time produces a synergistic effect and allows you to see the best results in the shortest amount of time. Contrarily, if you are exercising like a madwoman but eating like one too you’ll get mixed results and have to work a lot harder for them. You don’t have to go on any extreme diet, just making small changes will be fine since you’re working out.
Final Booty Slide Review
Booty Slide is getting our Solid Try rating. For the price this is one of the better programs you can do in your home, and if you’ve struggled to get your butt or your core to look the way you want, this should be able to help get you there. Like all workout and fitness programs, this will require consistent effort on your part, but as long as you follow the included 8 week schedule you should see noticeable results.
When it comes to choosing a fitness program it’s important to keep in mind that you will likely end up getting 2 or 3 of them over time. This is because each one will run its course and you’ll eventually get bored with them. So it’s not about finding the end-all be-all fitness program that will be the one you use forever, but rather finding an assortment of programs to switch between and keep you interested. This could be one of them.