As everybody knows, the stomach is usually the one place where even otherwise fit guys get flabby. Having a spare tire around your middle is not something that most guys want; they would rather have a six-pack. But how can they get one? Will going to the gym and doing hundreds of crunches or twists do the trick?
Not according to a new e-book workout program from Turbulence Training. The Turbulence Training for Abs workout program debunks the myth that in order to get a flat stomach you have to first burn the fat around your abdomen. According to Turbulence Training for Abs, you can't do that with exercises that target only your tummy. Instead, you need to do a whole-body workout that will help your metabolism burn fat.
The Turbulence Training for Abs e-book provides exercise programs targeted for various levels, from beginners to more advanced workouts. Each workout takes about four weeks, and includes twenty-five minutes of resistance training involving dumbbell and bodyweight exercises and twenty-minutes of high-intensity interval training (using exercises such as swimming and cycling). Even better, you only need to do three workouts a week, which makes it more convenient to fit into your busy schedule.
The best thing about Turbulence Training for Abs is that is designed for the ordinary person, and not bodybuilders or athletes. Anybody can do the exercises and you can do them at home instead of having to spend money on a gym membership. There is no special equipment you need to do the workouts. At worst, you will only have to hang a metal pipe between two walls to serve as a chin-up bar for the more advanced routines.
So far, the reaction to Turbulence Training for Abs has been overwhelmingly positive, as those who have tried it praised the lack of "boring" cardio exercises. In fact, the only complaint about Turbulence Training for Abs seems to be that the e-book itself does not contain enough advice on nutrition, but this is addressed with an Advanced Nutrition Guide offered as a bonus to buyers of the book.
If you're looking for more information, the Turbulence Training for Abs will also give you a three month membership to the Turbulence Training website's fat burning forums, so you can get any questions you have answered by Craig Ballantyne, the creator of the workout.
Getting in shape can take a lot of time and effort, and one of the most difficult aspect is getting the routine worked into your daily life. Read my review of Turbulence Training for Abs