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Turbulence Training 1.0

It is about getting the most fat loss results in the least amount.


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  • Last Updated: Sep 21, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
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Turbulence Training is a Home & Education software developed by Fitness Attitudes. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Turbulence Training:

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Turbulence Training is about getting the most fat loss results in the least amount of workout time.

Recent exercise research has shown us two things:

1) Interval training is as good or better than long, slow cardio (and takes HALF the time to do).

2) Moderately-heavy strength training is better for boosting metabolism and sculpting your body than light strength training.

The Turbulence Training cuts your exercise time in half, so that you can get more results in only three 45-minute sessions per week. Compare that to what most people think they have to do in order to lose weight (5 days per week of body part strength training plus 60 minutes of cardio per day). You can quickly see results, which is the desired approach.

And as an extra bonus, the Turbulence Training workouts don't require fancy muscle-building machines. You can do all of these workouts at home with a Bench, an exercise ball, dumbbells, and your own body weight (and a pull-up bar if you抮e strong enough).

The Warm-up: We use three body weight exercises done in a circuit. This is a much better way to prepare for training than by walking slowly on a treadmill.

The Strength Training Supersets: This can be as little as one brilliant superset (DB Squats + DB presses) if you have only 10 minutes, or up to 4 supersets if you want to spend 30 minutes on your Turbulence Training Strength Training.

Intervals: Bodyweight circuits, stationary bike intervals, or running on the treadmill or outside, these are just a few of the ways we can do intervals for 10-20 minutes. We don't need 40 minutes of slow cardio, or even 40 minutes of intervals.

For more info, download Turbulence Training, a free ebook.
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