Monday, 5 January 2015

Cardio Is That Bad? Turblence Training - Fitness

Cardio Is That Bad?Think Turblence Training!

Shocking News About Workouts

Do you have questions about Turbulence Training? How it works?
What's in the workouts? Or even what does it mean? Recently, Craig
Ballantyne was interrogated about his Turbulence Training system. Here are
the answers to your questions...
Q: First, can you tell us the basics about Turbulence Training?

Turbulence Training is the result of years of study in the gym and
in the research labs and library. From personal experience, I've
found the best way to lose fat and get results in the least amount of 
time is to increase your training intensity. 

With the right workout, you can get more fat loss results in less
workout time. Period. That is the one and only goal of this
training program. A better body in fewer workout sessions, and
shorter exercise bouts.

That means:
a) Shorter interval workouts instead of long slow cardio workouts

b) More challenging strength training exercises, such as advanced
bodyweight exercises and some traditional strength training free
weight exercises

If you have two hours to spend in the gym everyday, you can feel
free to stick to the same relatively ineffective and inefficient
program of long cardio and light weights. But if you are like most
men and women and have 45 minutes (or less) on only three days of
the week to workout, then Turbulence Training will work wonders for

The rules of exercise selection and exercise order will allow you
to get lean, boost your metabolism, and to train with a
high-intensity throughout the entire workout. 
Cardio Is That Bad? Shocking News about Fat Burning
It’s a fact, cardio makes you fat, tired, unhappy and old. Research has it that: the long distance, slow and boring cardio results only in vain sweat, weak body and partial result in burning stubborn fat. The long cardio slow, boring distance runners look don’t attract because wrong training is adopted. They have a scrawny build, a fat stomach, and no definition or tone in their muscles – don’t look right rather look sick. The sprinters and other athletes look smart, thin and have lean, sexy muscle – look amazing right! So how can you change that long, slow, boring and tired cardio of yours? Here is the best way out: Turblence Training Fat Burn Over Forty I have been following many workout programs – all were cardio boring exercises and pills. But when I came across Turblence Training and put in practice the simple steps listed blow in few days. I couldn’t believe the amazing transformation I found in my body, stubborn fat could not stand the workouts of this training. So take these exercises for few days and see what happens. But first, here's how the original 300 Workout goes...but don't try this at home unless you are super-duper fit (like a college athlete)... a) Pullups - 25 reps b) Deadlifts with 135lbs - 50 reps c) Pushups - 50 reps d) 24-inch Box jumps - 50 reps e) Floor wipers - 50 reps f) 1-arm Clean & Press with 36lbs Kettlebell - 50 reps g) Pullups - 25 reps For example, you might do this 200-repetition workout - this is great for a man with moderate fitness like me: 5 Chinups 20 prisoner squats 20 pushups 100 Jumping Jacks 30 Bicycle Crunches 10 decline pushups 15 bodyweight rows Optionally, you could do 100 reps of rope jumping to finish off 300 total reps. An intermediate woman could do a 150 rep workout: 5 Bodyweight Rows 10 Bodyweight Sumo Squats 15 bodyweight squats 15 Pushups (doing as many regular pushups, followed by kneeling) 50 jumping jacks 10 spiderman climbs 20 reverse lunges 25 bicycle crunches Add in 50 rope skips for 200 total repetitions - or 150 skips for a full 300. Let the big guy in Turblence Training, Craig Ballantyne take you by the hand to your best outlook.

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