The Turbulence Training Idol competition is yet another innovative weight loss and muscle building venture from the creator of Turbulence Training, expert trainer Craig Ballantyne.
The Turbulence Training program, which was considered revolutionary and groundbreaking when it first came out, is a program intended specifically for busy people. People with families, careers, and rich lives that don't leave much time to work out, lose weight and build muscle. But people still want to do all that, and that's why Ballantyne came up with Turbulence Training - in which the training sessions are very intense, but last no loner than 45 minutes. And for the most part can be done at home and save even the time it takes to drive to the gym.
Craig Ballantyne further demonstrated his sense for innovation when he came up with another groundbreaking workout program, bodyweight 500, which is an intense workout program in the Turbulence Training spirit relying on body weight alone, with no need for any equipment. It turned out to be so powerful and gave such results that some advocates, like TV trainer Gillian Michaels, thought Ballantyne had trained the actors of the movie 300 (undue credit which Ballantyne himself rejected).
The latest innovation from Ballantyne is the Turbulence Training Idol competition. It is a competition for users of Turbulence Training, in which Turbulence Training users send "before" and "after" pictures of themselves (the "before" picture is with a proof of "no earlier than this" date, such as a newspaper of the same day), along with their makeover stories, and anyone can come in and vote for the contestants who move on to the next stage.
The first competition ended these very days, with a winner - Emily Johnson, who lost 15.5 pounds, more than 5% body fat, lost 2 inches of her waist and 4 inches of belly fat, all in less than three months. The prize she won was $2000 in cash, plus a free 3-year platinum membership of Turbulence Training. Cash and membership prizes also went to second and third place winners.
The winners, and the others who competed with them, are not the model types; they are regular men and women who could be your next door neighbors. In fact, none of them looks like a model even in the "after" picture; but they have all visibly lost fat and built muscle, and then some.
The first Turbulence Training Idol competition was so successful that Ballantyne declared a second competition, to begin on May 1st. The second competition will be bigger than the first one, with more categories and more prizes.
The Turbulence Training program has been proven to be one of the most intense and innovative weight loss and muscle building programs out there. The Turbulence Training Idol Challenge just goes further to introduce the program to you and let you see its results for yourself, and even participate actively - as a contestant or a voter. Go here [http://www.squidoo.com/turbulence-training-review-by-steve] for a review on Turbulence Training and a link to the Turbulence Training Idol contest, with pictures and stories of Emily Johnson and the other winners of the first Turbulence Training Idol competition.
Steve Gaidi has gained over 50 pounds of lean muscle without adding any fat whatsoever, over years of trial and error on various training programs, despite spending relatively little of his time at the gym. For his review on Turbulence Training and a link to the TT Idol competition, click here [http://www.squidoo.com/turbulence-training-review-by-steve]: Steve's Turbulence Training review. For Steve's comparison of leading fat loss and muscle building programs, click here [http://www.squidoo.com/LoseFatBuildMuscles]: Steve's fat loss and muscle building program comparison.
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