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7 Day KettleButt Challenge

Join our 7 Day KettleButt Challenge

For FREE! 

Starts September 14th!

Receive a video each day in your course portal. Just register for free here. If you've done our challenges or are a member, just sign in with the email and password you already  have. See you on the inside! 




Spend less than 20 minutes a day strengthening, activating, and tightening your butt muscles with this challenge. This will be a glute focused challenge with a  7 day commitment. Each day you will receive video instructions on what to work on right here via this link once you register for free above. 

If you're a playground member you will receive little bonuses at the end of each workout. Sign Up For Free today and save this link to access your challenge butt workout each day!

Join our FREE Lauren Brooks Fitness Challenge Facebook group here. 

Special Bonus for Lauren's Playground members!




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