by Rudy Jahchan
As its name implies, Turbulence Training is first and foremost a fitness oriented program. Therefore, if you don’t want to exercise under any circumstances, this program isn’t for you.
No Turbulence Training review would be complete without specifying the basic tenets of this program.
Turbulence Training was created as a fitness oriented weight loss program for busy people, mainly parents and people who work long hours. Why does this program appeal to the busy crowd? Because at the center of this program Craig Ballantyne created the TT workouts which are short but very intensive workout sessions.
The TT workouts are generally made up of 5 minutes of warm up followed by 12-20 minutes of strength exercises and 12-20 minutes of intensive cardiovascular exercises. The thing which busy people find the most appealing about Turbulence Training is that many of the workout sessions can be adapted to be done at home with almost no fitness equipment. This means that you can stay at home with the kids, do your workout while they play in the next room without having to go to the gym.
One thing more you need to know about Turbulence Training, and some people see this as a fault, is that it doesn’t focus on any specific body Part. It works on the entire body and you lose weight all over evenly.
Overall, it’s a highly effective program with the added benefit of increased fitness.
John Davenport lost over 30 pounds in his twenties after being overweight most of his life. To read more about fast weight loss, click here: Turbulence Training Review and Results