- For only $19.97 you’ll get 9 Glute Focused Warm-ups/Workouts (around 15 minutes each) you can mix and match to fit your needs each day
- 3 Beginner/Low Complexity, 3 Intermediate/Moderate Complexity, and 3 Advanced/High Complexity
- Add these into the start of your day, between long breaks, or use them to supplement your other fitness programs to get your glutes up to par.
- All delivered in our unique training app, with demo videos, descriptions, specifics on how many times to do each exercise, and so on.
- PDF available for download if needed
- 2 Bonus Cross Training Workouts, still with a glute emphasis, to be completed outside of your rehearsals/classes to continue to improve your fitness and strength.
- 10% off any other program purchase from DPT Fit in the next 60 days
- Includes our Better Jumps, Artistic Athlete Summer Tune-up, and more
Experience the difference 15 minutes can make for improving your glute strength and readiness to dance!
About the Creater
Dr. Scott Ruth, PT, DPT, CPT has been specializing in athletic performance since 2009 when he worked as a personal trainer at Florida State University. He recieved his doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014 from the University of South Florida. He then specialized in athletic rehab with Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.
In early 2016 he began to develop a passion for dancer health and performance. It started with helping is then girlfriend, now fiance, Nicole Padilla recover from chronic achilles issues. This lead to helping other dancers, and eventually to creating his company, DPTFit, specifically geared towards dancers. As he has helped numerous dancers recovery from pains and injuries he noticed many of these could be prevented with a more well rounded program. This lead to him beginning to implement cross training and conditioning services in addition to rehabilitation.
He now routinely uses the term “Artistic Athlete” and believes whole heartedly in treating all dancers like the athletes they are. This means more variety to your programs, to allow for less pain, injury prevention, and, of course, better performance. He has designed this short program with that very mission in mind. To expose dancers to what many other athletes are already doing. Finding unique ways to challenge there bodies that lead to better performance without overusing the same muscles and movements they do all day at their practice.