Why subject yourself to judgment and ridicule from the "fitness freaks" in a public gym? For them it's almost entirely a matter of vanity and ego. Your dual goal of getting fit and healthy and looking good can be easily accomplished at home, with an isometric exercise DVD.
Oh, those self-proclaimed workout champs! They seem to be everywhere. We see them on TV, selling expensive exercise equipment resembling instruments of torture … we see them in the gym, strutting and posturing in front of the mirrors that line every wall in the place … we see their smirks, or hear them giggling at our lumpy, out-of-shape bodies as we struggle to lose a pound or two and cringe with embarrassment at how we look in the requisite leotards and tights ….
Who needs them? No one, that's who. Certainly not anyone with the admirable (and attainable!) Goal of regaining a healthy level of fitness and energy while simultaneously toning and firming their body to enhance their appearance.
All that's needed is an isometric exercise training DVD, which you can view and follow in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Soon enough, you'll be the one with the last laugh, as you get fit, trim and healthy without subjecting yourself to the pain, exhaustion and embarrassment of painful public workouts in a gym.
It's perplexing, how easily people were persuaded that in order to be fit, trim and healthy they had to wear themselves out with hideously strenuous exercise, suffering pain and limited mobility for days after a trip to the gym – and how they had to repeat that effort many times a week, without giving their muscles a chance to recover and heal from the over exertion. Somehow, someone convinced someone else that such extreme, painful exercise was sexy … and then lots of people were manipulated into believe it was true … and now all the "perfect gym bods" stand around admiring themselves and competing with others for mirror time while beginners feel like hideous losers and try to fade into invisibility.
Feeling (and looking) sweaty, exhausted, worn out and miserable is not sexy. And there's no need for it, either, to achieve the physical results you're after. All it takes is the resolve to establish a daily routine of sliding an isometric exercise DVD into your home player … doing the simple, painless, 10-minute isometric exercises … and letting nature do what it always will do when muscles are used in ways they were designed to be used without being stretched to the point of burning pain – that is, get stronger and more useful to you while the gentle workout starts melting pounds and inches away.
Now that's sexy! And effective, too – and not in any way embarassing or nerve-wracking, since all the work is done in the privacy of your home … when you feel like doing it, dressed however you feel like dressing … with no audience to judge or ridicule … Read More
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Turbulence Training promises fast fat loss results for men and women who do not have a lot of time for exercise. This is a bold promise, and the workouts promise maximum results in only three workouts per week.
Let's take a look at this claim, and see if it really measures up!
Before we get to the program, let's take a look at the expert behind the workouts. I've come across Craig Ballantyne's name many times in popular fitness magazines such as Men's Health and Men's Fitness, and even in Oxygen and Shape magazines. So the program is clearly put together by a trusted fitness expert.
I've also talked to Craig about his training and education background, and I'll be honest, it was impressive, unlike the trainers with weekend certificates that pop up at large commercial gyms. Craig's experience goes back to the mid-nineties, in both the gym and in the research lab. He's actually led research trials on sport supplements, strength training, and cardiovascular training.
Plus, Craig has been a strength coach and has worked with hundreds of clients in thousands of training sessions. This is a unique, and thorough background, so its not surprising it's come up with a new training system for fat loss.
In fact, Craig's articles are always pretty hard on traditional aerobic cardio workouts. So if you're looking for new ways to spend 30 or 60-minutes doing cardio, then this program is not for you. But if you only have 45 minutes to workout, a couple of times per week, and you have access to only a bench, dumbells, and an exercise ball, then you'll like what Craig has for you here.
Now one of the biggest questions about the program is simply, "What is Turbulence Training?" Well according to Craig, its the combination of resistance training and interval training used to boost your metabolism so that your body burns calories and fat between workouts. He says, "Cardio does not boost your metabolism after exercise. Only strength training and interval training do that – while you work, sleep, and eat – your body will be shedding fat."
Fortunately, Craig's unique system of bodyweight exercises, dumbell exercises, and interval training can all be done at home, with minimal equipment (if you are really strong, it might help to have a chinup bar). So again, if you are one of those people who loves machines, or cardio equipment, or marathon workouts, then this program is not for you.
Frankly, I've used the program myself and recommended to many others. Why? Because no one has time for long workouts! That's why. After an eight or ten hour workday, a round-trip commute of 90 minutes, and spending time with my family, I just do not have time to do another 90 minute workout every day of the week.
In fact, I either get up early and do the workout before work, or I do it just before bed. This workout is perfect for busy men and women. But … Read More
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