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Meghan's Journey From Mom Pancake Butt To Kettlebell Butt - aka KettleBooty or KettleButt


Featuring Meghan Branlund


"Training with Lauren has been life changing. After going through a divorce it helped me take my power back and learn my own strength"  aka Meghan Incorvaia


Meghan struggled with strength most of her life. I had the privilege of working with this amazing woman who also happens to be an incredibly gifted artist.

Meghan had recently went through a divorce with 2 young kids in tow. Meghan felt weak, suffered from back pain, lack of core connection, and wanted to make a big change!

She began kettlebell strength training and movement patterns right before her 36th birthday. Her main goal was to lift, enhance, and tone her butt. She wanted the "Beyonce Booty". :)

So in addition to helping Meghan find her outer strength, strength the crap out of her core, and lifting heavier than she ever thought possible, Meghan has also made the changes in her lovely Glutes as shown in the photo below. 

I look forward to seeing what's to come over the next few years. Changing our butt shape can be very challenging. It takes consistency, discipline, intelligent programming, knowing when to back off, knowing how to create the balance necessary, and patience. 

Meghan's abs are ten times stronger and connected now. Her power is insane and clearly her butt is pretty awesome! 

It's been so much fun to work with her. She's become such a ball of energy and has always been such a joy. The dynamic change has been such a rich experience.






If you haven't check out Meghan's photography work, she works with the females on the daily. Her photography eye and gift that she has. is sought out all over the country. I've had the pleasure of being photographed by her.

Check her out if you wanna see her magic at RisePhotoCo.com


If you want to join hundreds of other very happy students from all over the world, make sure to join Lauren's Playground before we close on Sunday Sept 28th! Other options as well here!

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