Friday, January 25, 2008

Turbulence Training Review - What's The "Turbulence"?

Turbulence Training seems to be the busy person's workout program dream. With a short investment of time (only 45 minutes 3 times a week) both men and women can build more muscular bodies without the fat. But can you get all the benefits of exercise in only 2 hours and 25 minutes a week?

Let's be honest, most men and women fail to reach their fitness, fat loss and muscle building goals. They start their workout program full of hope, only to fall short of their goals. They don't build muscularly attractive bodies, and the fat is still covering the muscle they do have. One of the reasons they give for their failure is "they don't have time to work out". They are under the impression the body they want can only be built by spending hours a day in the gym. But Craig Ballantyne's Turbulence Training proves this to be false.

Craig has put all his scientific research and real world observations into a workout program that get results in the shortest time possible. So, if you don't have a lot of time to exercise, Turbulence Training may be the answer. I know you're still skeptical, so let me explain what the "turbulence" is in Turbulence Training. After all, this is the characteristic of the workout program that makes it so unique and so effective.

What is Turbulence Training?

There are 3 major characteristics of Turbulence Training.

1) Each resistance training workout is made up of non-competing supersets. You do your exercises in pairs, where the muscles used are different. This means you are resting one muscle group while the other one works. This allows you to get more work done in a shorter period of time.

2) You follow your resistance training with high intensity interval training. Instead of long, slow, time consuming cardio, you're going to split your training into short bursts of high intensity exercise. This is not only highly effective for building heart and lung power and burning fat, but it is fast as well.

3) You rotate between two different workouts, Workout A and Workout B. So, week 1 you will do workouts A,B,A and week 2 you will do workouts B,A,B. This workout structure keeps the workout fresh and fun while keeping the muscles growing and the fat burning away.

These 3 characteristics are what cause the "turbulence effect".

You get the most out of your training time by following a routine allowing you to get a great deal of work done in a short period of time. Plus, the workout is varied enough so you won't get bored, reach plateaus or suffer from overuse injuries. You get the most out of your 45 minutes in the gym.

Turbulence Training shakes up your body so it must adapt. And your body adapts by building strong, attractive muscle and burning off unwanted fat. Your body remains in a constant state of turmoil, forcing change. You see, "turbulence". Instead of doing the same workout over and over again, you keep changing things up to keep the improvements coming. And since you expend a great deal of energy in a short period of time, your body burns calories both during the workout and for hours afterward. So, your body burns fat even when you're not working out! Now, that is effective use of your training time.

So, if you're tired of not reaching your muscle building and fat loss goals, it's time to shake things up with Turbulence Training.

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