Posts Tagged: BODYWEIGHT

Sep 10

Beginner Workout Bodyweight Exercises Beginners Workout using the Turbulence Training System and bodyweight exercises only. You can do an amazing fat burning beginner workout lying on the ground using your own bodyweight exercises. You don’t need to go to a fancy gym to get started. In fact, it’s better to do bodyweight exercises at home in beginner workouts because you won’t be intimidated by the folks at the gym. It’s not a fashion show at home! This is a simple beginner workout you can do in the comfort of your own home with bodyweight exercises. For more fat burning beginner workouts and bodyweight exercises you can do at home, visit

Sep 10


CLICK HERE FOR A FREE WORKOUT!! Today you will learn of three basic exercises that will help your abdominal endurance and low back health. These exercises are the plank, the side plank, and the bird dog exercise. Now, I want to be honest and say that these three abdominal exercises are not the most exciting to do. They won’t give you that classic burning sensation in your abs that leaves you feeling like you’ve really worked them hard. However, these three are the safest and probably the most important to do when first starting to work out to prevent you from low back injury. Dr. Stuart McGill, a researcher in Canada, has done extensive research on low back pain and has concluded that individuals who have a lot of endurance in their abdominals tend to have less chance of sustaining an injury to the low back. The great thing about each of these three exercises is because no equipment is required you can do them in your own home. Also, because these are endurance exercises, you can do them every day. So, the first exercise is the Plank. To do this, rest your elbows on a mat, and place your body in a straight line. Brace your abs and try to work up to where you can hold that position for 2-3 minutes straight. If right now, you can only do the plank for 20 seconds, then each day try to add a couple seconds. Alternatively, you can hold for 10 seconds, rest for 1 second and do that 6-7 times. The next exercise is the Side Plank. This time, position

Sep 10


CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! This is workout C of the TT Bodyweight Cardio program and it is truly cardiovascular exercise done with only bodyweight exercises, so no equipment is necessary. These exercises will help to improve your strength and mobility much better than any regular cardio training could. The Crazy 8 Bodyweight 300 Cardio Circuit encompasses 8 bodyweight exercises in circuit fashion that you are going to go through 3 times. Between the number of repetitions and in the number of seconds held it’s 300 total seconds and repetitions each time you complete a circuit. So start with 60 classic jumping jacks at a nice and fast pace. Go out to the balls of your heels and back in, and be sure that your hands go up above your head and then immediately down into spiderman pushups. A spiderman pushup is a regular pushup and as you go down, your knee comes up to your elbow, alternating sides. Once you get up, you’re going to do walking lunges. Step out and down, walking forward in a straight line, while getting a stretch in the hip flexor region. After you’ve completed your walking lunges, you’re going to go down and do spiderman climbs. To do these, start in the pushup position, and bring your foot up beside your hand or whatever you’re comfortable with given your flexibility. So, if you’re inflexible, then just go half way and work your way up. Always keep your abs braced and your hips low. After the spiderman climbs, place your back

Sep 10

Pistol squat – bodyweight leg exercise

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! A lot of people wonder how to do the pistol squat, how to improve at it, or just where to even start. So this video is going to take the beginner or intermediate through the stages all the way up to the advanced level. First of all, this exercise is for relatively strong or advanced individuals. If you have never done this exercise before, then you can start by using a bench for support. So, set up with a bench behind you and stand on one leg, placing your other foot as well as both arms out in front. Now, sit back onto the bench and then come right back up. This is one way in which you can practice this exercise. If you’re ready to progress to the more difficult version of the pistol squat, then remove the bench. Again, place your hands and foot out in front of you, sit back as much as possible and then come back up. Be sure to keep your elevated foot off the ground, and do as many repetitions as possible without losing your balance. This is a very difficult bodyweight exercise but excellent for building muscle, burning both fat and calories, and really improving your sports-specific training. Remember to start off where you’re comfortable and work your way up.Visit Turbulence Training to get your FREE sample fat burning workout. Click here to get started And to get access to the #1 weight loss secret of social support and to ask Craig Ballantyne your weight loss questions, visit the

Aug 10

bodyweight butt exercises

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! This video is the bodyweight series to build a better butt and all of the exercises will be done standing up. The first exercise is the wide stance squat. By positioning yourself in a wide stance you are more easily able to push your hips back, helping to work the back of your legs more when you squat. So in this butt exercise, push your hips back while squatting down and squeezing your glutes, and then come back up. In the next bodyweight exercise targeting your butt that you will perform is the Waiter’s Bow. With this exercise you want to take one hand and pinch the skin of your lower back, while taking the other hand and placing it across your chest. In this position, you will bow forward as if you were a waiter at a table and squeeze your glutes to come back up. Only bend as far over as you can while still squeezing an inch of skin from your lower back at the bottom position with your hips pushed back. If you’re inflexible, then you’ll more than likely feel a stretch in your hamstrings as well. After the first two butt exercises you’ll move on to a split squat, or also known as the stationary lunge. To perform this exercise, place one foot forward, and one foot backward.Drop your hips straight down and squeeze the glute and the quadriceps of that front leg to come back up. You back leg will be used solely for balance. The next bodyweight exercise is a little more dynamic and it’s known as the reverse lunge

Aug 10


CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! This is six minute abs, advanced system number one. You’ll love this bodyweight program that is crunch, sit-up, and cardio free and will help you get a flat stomach with six pack abs. Now, even though this program doesn’t have the traditional crunches or sit-ups in it, you’ll still find that this ab workout trains your abs as hard as any workout program before. In this workout system, you are going to do six exercises in a circuit, and then you are going to rest for one minute and then repeat the circuit one more time for a total of six minutes. So, to start, you’ll begin with the stability ball jackknife exercise. Place your elbows on a bench, your feet on the ball, and your body in a straight line. Next, brace your abs and bringyour knees into your chest, and then slowly back out. Repeat. The next exercise in the circuit is for abdominal endurance and is the side plank. So, position your body on its side resting your body on your elbow. Be sure to keep your body in a straight line and your hips forward with your abs braced. Hold and then switch sides and repeat. Once you’ve finished the side plank exercise, move immediately into the stability ball mountain climber. So, with your hands on the ball, abs braced and your body in a straight line, bring your knee up to your chest and then back out. Alternate sides. The fourth exercise in this abdominal circuit is the X-body mountain climber. To start, get in the push