Posts Tagged: Circuit

Nov 10


CLICK HERE FOR A FREE WORKOUT!! This is a great warmup for the bodyweight 30-minute challenge workout. Do each of these exercises with no rest in between, rest one minute and then repeat one more time. So, to start you’ll do a Prisoner Squat. To get in position, place your feet wider than shoulder width-apart and your hands behind your head with your elbows back. Next, squat down while pushing your hips back. Tip if you’re really tight or inflexible then don’t use as wide of a stance as that can really stretch your groin. Next up is the Offset Pushup. This is a regular pushup, however, one hand is in front of the other. So, do all reps for one side, and then switch over to the other side. From there you will go up against a wall to perform the Stick-up exercise. With your feet six inches in front of the wall and your butt, shoulder blades, elbows, wrists and head against the wall, raise your arms up overhead and then bring them back down into your sides and repeat. The more you sit at a desk or in a car with bad posture, the more difficult this exercise is going to be. Immediately from there, go into the Cross-Crawl Exercise. This is just a standing abdominal movement, but also involves coordination. So, start with your hands up overhead, and then bring your opposite arm and knee together, alternating sides. Once you’ve done all your reps, you’ll then go into Reverse Lunges. So, step back and then drop your hips straight down. Do about five

Nov 10

Stability Ball Circuit for Abs and Legs

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! You’re probably thinking two workouts per week at only 20 minutes are not enough to lose fat. To be honest, however, if you combine a great diet with those two workouts, then you’ll experience incredible changes. But, if you want to do a little more then you can do my favourite stability ball circuit on your off days. This is an excellent way to strengthen your abdominals as well as your hamstrings in a way that is hard to replicate with barbell and dumbbell exercises. This 10-15 minute circuit will be six exercises added on at the end of a Depletion workout or you can use it as a third workout and include intervals at the end. For the circuit, you will complete each exercise with no rest in between. Once you have completed a circuit, rest one minute and then repeat two to three times. For the stability ball circuit you will alternate between ab exercises and lowerback exercises. To start, you will do the stability ball ab rollout. What you want to do is place your knees on a mat, your hands on top of the ball, and then roll out and back in. Now, there are many different ways to do this exercise. For instance, you can roll out and back in quickly or you can go really slow on the way out and quick on the way back in. The important thing is to mix it up every time you work out. Also, be sure to keep your abs braced and your body in a straight line throughout the exercise. After the rollout exercise, you will do

Nov 10

Bodyweight Workouts with TT Mini BW Circuit Workout A

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! We’re going to start this circuit with chin-ups. Take an underhand grip and pull yourself up and slowly lower back down. I want you to 2 repetitions to failure. If you dont have a bar, do as many push-ups as you can. Do a classic push-up also 2 repetitions short of failure. Move immediately into prisoner squats. Keep your chest up and elbows back. Drop your hips down and drive back up for 25 repetitions. If you cant do 25, take a little break to get the full 25 reps in. Next will be reverse lunges for 15 repetitions on each side. Step back and down and use your lead leg to come back up. If you have weight, you can add it to this final exercise. Rest 30-60 seconds and repeat this circuit 2-4 more times depending on your fitness level.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 Turbulence Training Membership site here For the most effective exercises to burn belly fat and get ripped abs visit To see real people just like you lose weight fast visit For daily fat loss workout updates and controversial fat burning tips, visit

Sep 10

Kettlebell Bodyweight Fat Burning Circuit Workout Kettlebell Bodyweight Circuit Workout using the Turbulence Training System. You only need a kettlebell and your bodyweight to do this workout (dog and snow are optional!). The circuit pairs kettlebell swings with four bodyweight exercises. Do not rest between exercises. Go from kettlebell swings to prisoner squats back to swings then to pushups back to swings then to lunges back to swings and then finish with mountain climbers. Do each exercise for 20 seconds or 20 repetitions. Rest one minute and then repeat 2-3 more times. This is a great alternative to interval training. If you are a beginner, don’t do this workout. This is an intermediate kettlebell bodyweight fat burning circuit. You can also do this workout inside. Obviously. For more fat burning workouts you can do at home, visit

Sep 10

Bodyweight Circuit Workout Bodyweight circuit workout using the Turbulence Training System. You don’t need any equipment to do this workout. All you need to do the bodyweight circuit workout is your bodyweight! The first bodyweight exercise is the Prisoner Squat. You can follow that with classic pushup exercise. The next exercise in the bodyweight circuit workout is prisoner lunge and then close grip pushup. You can also do reverse lunges and mountain climbers and then finish off the bodyweight circuit with jumping jacks. This is a simple bodyweight workout you can do in the comfort of your own home with no equipment (or outside in the snow!). For more fat burning workouts you can do at home, visit