Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Sample Turbulence Training Workout

Turbulence Training is a fat burning workout system built for men and women that don't have a lot of time, and who generally exercise in a home gym with minimal equipment.

The traditional TT workouts go like this...

Bodyweight Circuit

- This takes about 3-5 minutes and replaces the traditional "5 minutes on the treadmill" which I find inefficient and irrelevant.

Then we move to...

Strength Training Supersets

- This takes 20 minutes, and we'll pair "non-competing" exercises together in the supersets. Often this means upper and lower body exercises, or pushing and pulling exercises. Non-competing supersets allow us to get more work done than traditional supersets.

We most often use dumbbell and bodyweight exercises for our strength training segments, and can easily customize this for men or women, building muscle or burning fat.

Interval Training

- Finally, we finish with 10-20 minutes of interval training. We use traditional cardio machines, kettlebells, and bodyweight circuits at this time. Fast, fun, and effective.

It's fun, fast, and efficient. The workouts change on a regular basis (which is a revolutionary idea to a beginner), and the program cuts out all the boring stuff (i.e. dreadfully boring long, slow cardio).

People enjoy the challenge and the workouts go by fast, and there are a lot of exercises in the program that are fun and new to most beginners and intermediate level exercisers - and even to advanced fitness folks.

Plus, everything is planned out step-by-step so all you have to do is take your sheet to the gym (or down to the basement), follow the instructions, and get back on with your life.

Folks like that it takes less time (and with fewer workouts) than they are normally accustomed to, and that you can do most of the workouts with a small home gym set-up.

Try Turbulence Training here:


Helping you lose fat fast,

Arthur M.

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