Posts Tagged: Workouts

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

Oct 10

Fat Loss Workouts with TT Europe Workout Interval at Louvre

www.turbulencetraining.comVisit Turbulence Training to get your FREE sample fat burning workout. You may have seen my interval training before, but you’ve never seen it done at the Louvre in Paris, France. In this example of interval training I’m going to do short intervals combined with bodyweight exercises. So the format will be short interval, bodyweight exercise, short interval, bodyweight exercise etc. For the short interval component, you can make it as long as you want, you can also incorporate as many interval circuits as you want, and you can take as much rest as you need between circuits. So, start with the short interval, then do a series of mountain climbers, back to short intervals, then close grip pushups, back to short intervals, then prisoner squat jumps, back to short intervals, and then finishing off with lunges. Take a rest, and then go through that circuit for 5, 10, 15, or 20 minutes. 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

Oct 10

Ab Workouts with TT Abs Workout – Part 1

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! This video includes workout A and B from the Turbulence Training for Abs program For both workouts, start out with a 4-exercise bodyweight warmup. For the warmup, go through all the exercises without resting in between. …

Sep 10

Hotel Room Workouts

www.TurbulenceTraining.comVisit Turbulence Training to get your FREE sample fat burning workout. Click here to get started The best fat burning exercises don’t involve fancy equipment, or anything that you’d find only in an expensive commercial gym. Instead, you can burn fat just as well in the comfort of your own home as you would in the priciest, swankiest gym in Hollywood. There are no magic fat-burning machines that you need to order from an infomercial. In fact, to do most of the best fat burning exercises, all you need is your own bodyweight and dumbbells. Let’s get a few things straight about fat burning. There are a lot of myths in the weight loss industry advertising about how to burn fat and lose weight. Research shows that shorter, harder fat burning workouts help women lose belly fat faster than long, slow, boring cardio workouts. Another study from the mid-1990′s also showed the interval training worked better than cardio. That’s why you will use interval training in the Turbulence Training workouts to lose more belly fat. To get the most fat loss results in the least amount of time, combine bodyweight exercises, dumbbell exercises, and interval training for the triple threat of fat burning exercises to help you lose inches and get a flat stomach in the comfort of your own home. You don’t have to do cardio workouts or other machine based movements to lose weight. In fact, the fat burning exercises I mentioned earlier, including

Sep 10

Hotel Room Workouts Bodyweight Exercises Hotel room workouts using the Turbulence Training System and bodyweight exercises only. You can do an amazing hotel room workout using only bodyweight exercises. Make sure you listen to the bodyweight hotel room workout hygiene tips I give before I workout. You don’t want to be doing bodyweight exercises on the floor of a hotel room — ewww, gross! This bodyweight exercise hotel room circuit goes like this… (Do one warmup round of only 5-8 reps per bodyweight exercise.) Prisoner Squats – Do up to 20 repetitions Pushups (on bed) – Do up to 30 repetitions Walking Lunges – Do up to 20 reps PER leg X-Body Mountain Climbers – Do up to 12 reps PER side 1-Leg RDL’s – Do up to 12 reps PER side T-Pushups – Do up to 15 reps PER side You don’t need to go to a fancy gym to get started. In fact, it’s better to do bodyweight exercises in your hotel room because you save time (and money if the hotel charges extra for hotel gym workouts), plus you won’t be intimidated by the folks at the gym who think bodyweight exercises are weird. Or screw it, who cares what they think as they waste their time on the cardio confessions!). It’s not a fashion show in your hotel room either! This is a simple but effective fat burning hotel room workout you can do in the comfort of your own hotel room with bodyweight exercises. For more fat burning hotel room workouts and bodyweight exercises you can do at home, visit AND http

Sep 10

AAA Abs – Best Fat Loss Bodyweight Interval Workouts

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! Cardio sucks. Bodyweight exercises rule! If you want to sculpt your body, lose fat, build muscle, and get fit, forget the cardio and do this short bodyweight workout instead. Its a real workout. This is a very unique program, but probably one of the toughest ones I’ve put together. However, please make sure you do this after a warmup of bodyweight squats, pushups, and lunges. Youll do this after your resistance training in any fat burning workout. So, here is the order of exercises for the bodyweight intervals from workout A. You will start with jumps, and then move into calf jumps, followed by stability ball jackknives, and then Turkish get-ups to finish off the circuit. For the jumps, you are going to do 10 regular squat jumps, rest 10 seconds, repeating 3 more times for a total of four sets of 10. As you are coming down, try to have a nice soft landing and absorb the contact with the floor and then right back up into the jump. Once you’ve done the jumps, you are going to move on to the calf jumps. Again, four sets of 10, with a 10 second rest in between. To do this set of pogo calf jumps, as you land you will be bouncing up using the balls of your feet, and pointing your toes in the air every time. After completing the first two exercises from the bodyweight intervals, you’ll move on to the stability ball jackknives. Following the same structure as the previous two exercises, you will perform 4 sets of 10 reps

Sep 10

The Evolution of Abs Exercises and Core Workouts

Get your FREE workout here: This video takes you through the evolution of 21st century ab training. You’ll find 6 different ab exercises where the focus isn’t on crunching or spinal flexion, but instead is geared towards providing a core workout that offers stabilization and resistance rotation. Just because these ab exercises aren’t your traditional crunches, doesn’t mean that you won’t get that great ab burning feeling following your workout. These core exercises will still help build 6 pack abs, but in a much safer way that will reduce the incidence of low back pain. The first ab exercise in the evolution of ab training is a simple plank. This exercise needs to be mastered by beginners and those at risk of low back pain. The goal here is to work up to a 90 second to 2 minute hold in the plank position. The next core exercise is the side plank or side bridge. A little more difficult than the regular plank, the trick here is tokeep your body in a straight line and keep those hips raised. Once you’ve mastered those ab exercises, try the plank with your elbows on the stability ball. According to Men’s Health magazine, this exercise works your abs 30% hard than a regular plank. To increase the difficulty of this ab exercise, try moving the ball further away from your body. The fourth ab exercise to work your entire core is the stability ball jackknife. Here, you will place your feet on the stability ball and your hands on the floor or elbows on a