Morning, Noon, or Night? When Should You Workout?

Morning, Noon, or Night? When Should You Workout?

So far the 21st century has unveiled many amazing discoveries about the human body and human performance. We’ve gotten rid of plenty of misunderstands and created just as many it seems. With the introduction of worldwide mass communication, the amount of opinions, conflicting studies and misinformation can be daunting.
When IS the best time to workout? The truth has to do with the earth’s daily 24 hour rotation. Otherwise known as your Circadian rhythm, on an instinctual level your workouts should really cater to your own internal schedule.
Are you a morning person or are you someone that really hits their energy peak closer to noon? Or, is exercise best kept for the later hours? Hey, maybe you work out at 2 a.m.! Let’s take a look at some of the benefits from each part of the day.
3 Benefits of Morning Workouts
A fair amount of people workout in the morning and when studied over the last decade or so and surveyed, these are among the top three reasons why.

  1. Early Meta-Booster: By getting in a moderate to intense workout and hitting that “afterburner” level, they tend to burn more calories (relatively) throughout the day. For some, this could be as early as 4 a.m., while for others, 8 to 10.
  2. Consistency: Some studies have shown early riser fitness lovers to be among the most consistent. Probably because there’s so much less to be distracted by while most everyone else is still sleeping or just waking up.
  3. Appetite: Other studies, and tons of people, seem to show that earlier workouts help control appetite throughout the day – less big cravings and crashes.

3 Benefits of Afternoon Workouts
Okay, let’s head into the busier afternoon hours when the gym floor is bustling with activity and the smoothie bar blenders are running full-tilt.

  1. Productivity: Studies from the corporate world show “lunchtime” and “noonish” employee workouts boost productivity! Many people claim this is true from the personal perspective as well.
  2. More Social: Because there’s so many people and eye candy getting their pump on, it feels more social and some people prefer that to working out alone, or literally alone with barely anyone else around.
  3. Classes: Fitness classes of all kinds are on the rise across the board, and peak hours for many gyms and instructors is in the afternoon when working folks are done for the day.

3 Benefits of Evening Workouts
So much good stuff going on here. Now let’s take a look at the night owls.

  1. Better Sleep: Some people just have TONS of energy everyday whether they like it or not. To help rid themselves of all that excess energy in the evenings before bed, they workout hard before dinner.
  2. Hormonal Changes: Hormone levels, in general, tend to peak around 5 pm, so for a fair amount of people out there evening workouts (5-8) are the most effective.
  3. Daily Wipe: For many gym rats out there, even workouts are a way to decompress from the day, completely de-stress, and wipe the mental slate clean. It’s works wonders!

And there you have it folks. So when do you tend to workout? And do you agree that technically evening workouts are the most effective in terms of muscle building and fat loss?

Is 2016 Going To Be Your Year In Fitness

Don’t Wait…
Let’s End This Year Strong

At the time of writing this, we’re two weeks away from the 2016 New Year. January is right around the corner and individuals are planning their fitness resolutions from now.
It’s a bit sad really. I see the same people making the same promises year after year and yet, come mid January they get distracted and put off their goals until the following year.
Do you have a 2016 fitness goal? Are you actually waiting until 2016 to start taking the appropriate actions to get you there?
I know it’s the holiday season and you’re a bit busy. You just want to get through this hectic time and start a new program with a new year. It’s an almost justifiable way of thinking.
Here’s a harsh but truthful statement for you…
If you’re willing to wait until a certain date to take a “goal oriented” action, then you’re probably not excited about it. If you’re not excited about it then you probably don’t want it. If you don’t want it, then guess what? You’re just not going to get it.
This applies to any goal you might have in life. If you have a financial goal, then you need to be excited about the hard work ethic that will get you there.
Let’s try something different this year. Instead of starting next year with a new goal in mind, let’s end this year with a bang. Anyone can start something, but only those who truly want it will see it through to the end.

An Ab Blasting Workout for Cardio Lovers

An Ab Blasting Gym Workout for Cardio Lovers

Here’s a thought, instead of putting yourself through another 30 minute cardio session after hitting your abs for a while, why not combine them into one ab blaster workout? We’re going to break the cardio up into 3 shorter, powerful, and intense sessions with lots of great ab-work between.
Try to minimize rest as much as humanly possible, and ideally, choose a different form of ab-friendly cardio for each set. Keep your body on its toes and add some flavor to your routine, enjoy!
Intensity: Most people forget to include power to their ab routine. After a while, ordinary crunches or reverse crunches are no longer effective builders. But, if you do them in quick controlled bursts that’s a whole different story. Try and add as much intensity to each little ab-set below for the best results.
Cardio Set 1: 10 Minutes Rowing
Rowing is a full-body, functional, and rewarding form of cardio that while gaining in popularity still seems to intimidate some folks. All you have to do is keep your head up (instead of staring at your feet) and shoulders back and away from your ears. Shoot for either 10 solid minutes of rowing, or, 1600 meters (1 mile), whichever comes first.
·         30-40 crunches:
·         20 Reverse crunches:
·         15 Bicycle crunches:
Cardio Set 2: 10 Minutes Stairclimber
Find a program that keeps the intensity level constantly shifting up and down. An ideal setting is one that challenges you, but not so much that you need to hold on to the handlebars. Incorporate the internal balance and stabilization mechanisms and muscles if possible. This puts more tension on the core and will help you build al the smaller “body control” muscles.
·         25 Leg Lifts:
·         60 second Plank Triad:
·         15 Bicycle crunches:
Cardio Set 3: 10 Minutes Elliptical Trainer
These can be deceptive at times. For this last set, aim for 10 minutes of slow and steady movement against higher resistance levels where you’re using both your arms and legs. Again, keep your head up, breathe from the diaphragm, and keep the metabolic momentum going for the last ab-sets.
·         20 Reverse crunches:
·         24 Standing Side-Crunches:
·         15 Toe-Touches:
The basic structure of this workout can be used to create near endless routines. Breaking apart your longer cardio sessions and adding in body weight exercises or resistance training sets is a stellar way to make workouts more effective and exciting.
However, if you’re in a mass-building phase these types of workouts are likely too intense and burn too many calories. For those after tightening and toning, it doesn’t get much better. Thanks for reading and remember to always continue experimenting with your workouts.

Get More Out Of Your Fitness Efforts

Most People Are NOT Getting The Absolute Most Out Of Their Fitness Efforts And Here’s Why…

It can be frustrating. You work hard and eat right yet your body is not changing as fast as you would like. You have a life outside of the gym so 3-hour workouts are just not an option.
Your friends all criticize you for your healthy meal choices as you enjoy your veggie plate while they overindulge on that large pizza.
You’re truly trying, but you feel stuck with your progress. What could you possibly be doing wrong? what should you change?
Here are 6 quick tips that are sure to help you get the most out of your fitness program:

1 – Finish strong with workout finishers. If you’re looking to get lean, then be sure to add a short (but intense) workout finisher at the end of your routine. This is NOT the time to experiment with new exercises. You just completed a full workout and you’re fatigued. You want to stay safe with exercises that your body is accustomed to. A great place to start is the workout finishers 2.0 program.

2 – Stop justifying those small mishaps. It’s impossible to be perfect all the time, but believe me when I tell you that all those little things add up. I recently wrote an entire article on just this topic. Missing a workout this week will probably not set you back at all, but if you make a habit out of it, 2 missed workouts per week equals 104 missed every year. That’s gonna hurt. The same is true for that small piece of dessert. When you justify it because of how small it was, you then forget about it – and all the others that follow. Don’t justify these little mishaps, instead acknowledge them and be honest with yourself.

3 – You can take a day to recover, but there’s no such thing as a day off. This tip is straight from the Evolution SIX program. A rest / recovery day is NOT a day off from your fitness regimen. A rest day has an important purpose and that purpose is to recover from your previous workouts. Recovery requires rest, muscle relaxation, and high quality nutrition and supplementation.

4 – Learn to sprint. If you’re not already incorporating sprints into your workout, then you are definitely missing out on one of the best (if not the best) workouts available to you. Sprinting is arguably the king of workouts. I have seen out of shape marathon runners and bodybuilders, but have never seen an out of shape sprinter. Take the time to train and learn how to sprint correctly as sprint can get intense.

5 – Supplement your way to success. If you’re working out regularly and eating right, then supplements can definitely help you achieve faster fitness results. When your body goes through the stress and strain of a good workout, you’ll need to make sure that the nutrients your consuming can provide adequate recovery. Since food quality is nowhere near optimal, largely because of today’s processing methods, you simply can not rely on diet alone.

This fact alone is why we created the Evolution SIX Men’s Formula and the Evolution SIX Women’s Formula. I highly recommend that you try our daily packets for yourself.

6 – Follow a proven to work system. Don’t waste your time trying to figure things out on your own. Follow a system that has already worked for so many others. We’re giving away full access to our entire Evolution SIX fitness training program with the purchase of any of our nutritional supplements. You’ll get instant access to all the tools you need to take your fitness to the next level.

• HD Demo Workout Videos
• Exercise Strategies That Get Results
• Finishers Designed To Melt Body Fat
• Workout Challenges That You’ll Love Pushing Through
• Various Tools & Resources

You can get access to the system for FREE with the any purchase from our Online Fitness Store.
Be sure to take a look at our Men’s Daily Formula or our Women’s Daily Formula
Hope you found these quick tips helpful.

Women Should Be Doing HIIT

The Answer to Losing the Last 10 Pounds: High Intensity Interval Training
It’s one of the most common fitness hurdles that women have trouble leaping over: the final 10 pounds of weight loss. Extremely frustrating, the last 10 pounds of weight you intend to lose will always give you the most trouble. As a woman, your body is programmed to cling desperately to body fat. This has everything to do with needing that body fat for having children. Unfortunately, your genetic programming didn’t take into consideration that you need to look amazing in a bikini. With that said, there is one amazing exercise technique that has been scientifically proven to be one of the best ways to blast body fat away. It’s safe, it’s effective, and you can do it anywhere.
Introducing High Intensity Interval Training. Let’s take a look at what H.I.I.T. is and how you can use it to achieve your fitness goals.
What is H.I.I.T.?
As I’ll discuss more about below, High Intensity Interval Training or H.I.I.T. is one of the best ways to simultaneously improve strength while incinerating body fat and promoting lean muscle mass gains. H.I.I.T. is a highly effective method of strength and cardiovascular exercise. As the name suggests, H.I.I.T. focuses on exercises that are high in intensity yet easy to perform. Volume, or weight, is not needed as the intensity is so high. One of the best features of H.I.I.T. that sets it apart from other forms of training is that it is extremely time efficient. A basic H.I.I.T. workout will only take 10 to 15 minutes to complete!
High Intensity vs Low Intensity
The traditional thought of low intensity, long duration exercise can be seen throughout every gym in America: Lines of treadmills and exercise bikes and people moving at a slow and steady pace for about an hour. People still think that it’s best to hop on a treadmill, set it at a comfortable pace, and walk for an hour each and every day. While this may be an acceptable way to exercise if you are recovering from an injury, have severe medical weight issues, or are being more cautious at an older age, for the majority of people, low intensity, long duration exercise is inconvenient and ineffective. Research shows the superiority of high intensity, short duration exercise against its predecessor in muscle building and fat loss.
Why is H.I.I.T. so effective? High intensity training activates two different kinds of energy pathways. There is the anaerobic system and there is the aerobic system.
Anaerobic energy is for fast, power-focused movements. For example, if you are sprinting on a track and field, your body will use the anaerobic energy system. The aerobic energy system, on the other hand, is for long duration exercise. Take the same person from the example above and imagine they are running a 10 kilometer race. That person’s body would be primarily using the aerobic energy pathway. High Intensity Interval Training has been shown in research studies to activate both types of energy pathways while low intensity, long duration training only activates the aerobic system.
Put simply, by utilizing both energy systems, your body is able to burn more fat, expend more calories, and trigger greater increases in strength and muscle.
Benefits of H.I.I.T.
The benefits of High Intensity Interval Training become immediately apparent once you try it. The key to the success of H.I.I.T. has everything to do with the variety of movement. A specific combination of exercises takes your body through all planes of movement at different intensity levels. In other words, your body is kept guessing for the entire workout.
One study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism demonstrated how effective High Intensity Interval Training was at burning more fat and supporting more lean tissue growth when compared with Low Intensity Long Duration training. One of the highlights of the study showed the increased metabolic profile for subjects who performed H.I.I.T. on a regular basis. These people saw an extended caloric burning period when compared with those who relied on low intensity training. In other words, their bodies kept burning calories and fat at a higher rate for hours after their workout!
Breakdown of a H.I.I.T. Workout
You’re convinced and ready to jump into action so let’s breakdown how a basic High Intensity Interval Training workout is set up.
H.I.I.T. workouts are made up of circuits. One circuit will contain between 4 and 10 exercises. The most common form of exercise in a H.I.I.T. circuit is bodyweight based. Once you have your list, you perform each exercise once then move on to the next one with no rest in between. It is only after you’ve completed each exercise one time that you’re able to take that much needed break. Rest up for between 1 and 3 minutes before you begin the entire list again. Repeat the circuit at least once, gradually moving up to 4, 5, or even 6 times!
How You Can Incorporate H.I.I.T. into Your Day
Since a H.I.I.T. circuit will only take you 10 minutes or less, it is best to schedule it for a time when you won’t have anything else bothering you. Set your alarm 15 minutes earlier than usual and do it before the kids get up. Bring a pair of gym clothes to work and spend 10 minutes of your lunch outside. A H.I.I.T. workout can be done anywhere. You just need to find 10 minutes to do it!
Sample Workout
The following is a terrific sample workout for beginners. It’s very easy and uses the most basic yet effective exercises. Remember, perform the first exercise all the way through then move right on to the second one. Repeat this rapid fire fashion until you have completed all of the exercises.
H.I.I.T. Circuit
·         Burpees: 5
·         Bodyweight Squats: 25
·         Pull-ups: 5
·         Side Lunges: 25
·         (Knee) Push-ups: 15
·         Jump Squats: 15
·         Rest period: 1 to 3 minutes
·         Repeat: At least once
Losing those last 10 pounds doesn’t have to be a battle that takes weeks or months. If you’ve been struggling to blast away the last of your weight loss, then look to High Intensity Interval Training to ensure you reach your goal. Proven by scientific studies to result in a higher level of weight loss and muscle building, a H.I.I.T. workout is amazingly effective and time efficient. There’s no reason to wait any longer. Give H.I.I.T. a try and let us know about the results!
1. Perry CG, Heigenhauser GJ, Bonen A, Spriet LL. High-intensity aerobic interval training increases fat and carbohydrate metabolic capacities in human skeletal muscle. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2008 Dec;33(6):1112-23.

Top 3 Weirdest Ways to Boost Testosterone

A beard, a flannel shirt, and high levels of testosterone are just a few things that define a man. It’s high testosterone levels that separate the bros from the boys. If you’re lagging in the T-department, then try these weird ways to naturally boost your testosterone levels.
Eggs are the perfect food. They are highly bio-available, scoring 100 out of 100 on the traditional BV scale. One egg provides 6 to 7 grams of completely usable protein as well as zinc. Zinc has been shown in various studies to boost testosterone.
Eggs also contain cholesterol. Before you start quoting something you heard on Dr. Oz, listen up: Cholesterol is not the monster that it’s been made out to be. Cholesterol is the magic ingredient for the body to produce steroid hormones with an emphasis on testosterone. A study published in the Asian Journal of Andrology demonstrates how higher levels of HDL (good cholesterol) correlate with higher levels of testosterone.
This one is sure to raise some eyebrows. All you do in a sauna is sit. You’re not lifting weights. You aren’t eating any type of specialized herbal remedy. You’re in a hot room, sweating like crazy, and that’s it. Believe it or not, this ancient remedy has been shown in numerous studies, to naturally increase your levels of growth hormone. The high levels of heat in a sauna activate a greater number of heat stress proteins. These specialized proteins then trigger an increase in your growth hormones, which support muscle building and fat loss.
Start out with one 10 to 15 minute sauna session and gradually build up your tolerance by increasing the time frame.
Think back to all of those years that your mom forced you to eat those bland pieces of rabbit food. Turns out, she may have been on to something. Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and kale contain a compound called Diindolylmethane. DIM has gained popularity in the medical field for offering a high level of anti-oxidants. In the bodybuilding world, DIM helps to protect and increase your testosterone levels.
A study published in Thyroid demonstrates how DIM supports a higher level of estrogen metabolism. By ridding your body of harmful estrogens, you allow for the release and consequential increase of free testosterone levels. Eat dark leafy greens raw (just like your eggs). If you can’t stomach vegetables, then purchase DIM as a supplement. Just be sure to avoid any brand that uses soy as that will defeat the purpose.
Testosterone is important for building muscle, staying thin, and feeling great. Despite what supplement industry marketing has rammed down your throat, you don’t need to spend a lot of cash to boost it. Drink and eat raw while you (begrudgingly) watch your favorite porn for that natural spike in T-levels.
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2. Stephanie T., Beth A. Mohr, Carol L., Amy B. O’Donnell , William J. Bremner, John B. McKinlay. Higher testosterone levels are associated with increased high density lipoprotein cholesterol in men with cardiovascular disease: results from the Massachusetts Male Aging Study. Asian J Androl 2008; 10 (2): 193–200.
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4. Rajoria S, Suriano R, Parmar PS, Wilson YL, Megwalu U, Moscatello A, Bradlow HL, Sepkovic DW, Geliebter J, Schantz SP, Tiwari RK. 3,3′-diindolylmethane modulates estrogen metabolism in patients with thyroid proliferative disease: a pilot study. Thyroid. 2011 Mar;21(3):299-304.

6 Ways to Master Your Fitness-Willpower

There’s only so much willpower to go around, right? Life moves one day at a time and along with our physical training goals, there’s all kinds of other priorities and responsibilities that demand their share. In this article we’re going to go over 6 easy ways to help you get the most out of your fitness-willpower. Enjoy!
#1: Embrace Morning Exercise
Add this to the already long list of reasons to get your workouts in early. But here’s the deal, most recent studies on the subject of willpower claim that it’s at its brightest early on in the day before being thinned out by everything else!
It doesn’t have to be a hardcore workout, just enough to super-charge your metabolism and pump your brain full of positive and productive neurochemicals. Through the application of power and intensity, you can achieve this in 5 minutes. Boom, taken care of. And, you can still workout in the afternoon or evening.
#2: Get a Couple Small Successes Early
Then there’s this: getting in the early morning workout is a win! It’s a success! You did it! And that’s a great way to start the day. It means you’ll be more likely to regulate eating for the rest of the day and make good choices that build on this early win.
#3: Transform “Resist” into “Avoid”
What you resist, persists. But avoidance is something different altogether. To demonstrate this, take a look at these two sentences. Which would be more effective if you wanted to avoid that slice of cheesecake?

“I can’t have that.”


“I’d just prefer something else is all.”

Try it in your mind. Pick something, anything that could set you back in terms of your fitness goals. Now try both of those sentences. One makes you feel like you HAVE to have it, while the other completely releases you without adding to temptation or really drawing from your willpower at all, right?
#4: Minimize “Screw It!” Moments
Okay, so you manage to avoid the cheesecake but your date doesn’t. In fact, they get the cheesecake with extra chocolate drizzle and whip cream. You take a bite, then another nibble, then “Screw It! I want my own piece.”
If you can make it a habit to stay one step ahead of these moments, they’ll happen far less often. In terms of food in this example, just recite that second sentence in your head, gulp down that glass of water you didn’t touch and hope they eat it really quickly.
#5: Subdue Small Things to Build Self-Control
Winning a body building competition is somewhat intimidating. Getting to really low body fat percentages is too! Same thing goes for hefty weight gain and strength building goals. Master the small things first as they’ll add to the amount of fitness-willpower you can apply to the big stuff. Here’s a couple easy examples:

  • Form
  • Power moves
  • Tempo
  • Endurance

#6: Lessen the Willpower Load
Having a workout buddy, hiring a personal trainer or using fitness apps and things are ways to basically outsource your willpower load. Take advantage of them! Listen, willpower is a big part of fitness…huge! What do you do to maintain it, strengthen it, and gain an edge? We’d love to know.

Finding Focus in the Mainstream Fitness Haze

If a hand suddenly grabbed you and dunked your head under water, you’d focus.
If a predator was approaching right now, you’d focus.
If you were on a sinking ship…you’d focus!
You, yes you, are capable of profound achievement, if only you’d focus! Body sculpting, conditioning and nutrition included. Now, in any common gym in and around San Diego you’ve got basically three fitness levels when it comes to members:

  1. The posers and newbies. Meaning people who aren’t really there to get in shape or change their lifestyle whatsoever, it’s all for appearances. Then, the folks who’re just beginning to get into working out.
  2. The Fray: Guys and gals in average to above average shape doing their damndest, but just can’t seem to break through into their more lofty performance and aesthetic goals.
  3. True Sculptors: You know, they’re the ones with enviable body fat percentages and impressive levels of both muscular strength and hypertrophy.

What sets them apart? Focus! Specificity! Precision!
It’s that simple. Here’s the trick, you simply have to acknowledge how powerful you are. Not in a cheesy narcissistic way, but scientifically.
Your mind, once it focuses on a goal, vision, or problem, is a wondrous thing. Check this out, it’s probably the most powerful quote you’ll ever read from a man named Goethe:

“The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance, which no one could have dreamed would come their way… “

That’s not the entire quote, but the meat and bones. Point is, you can’t commit to something you can’t see or focus on. Right? If someone asks you to focus on some tiny little fuzzy shape on the horizon, it’s impossible. If they ask you to focus on one star in the sky, surrounded by zillions of others, you can’t keep it up.
The second you look away, it’s gone…
But, if something’s put in your mind you can meditate on it whenever you want! You’re in control.
You want to move from The Fray to the Sculptors group? You want to finally conquer physical conditioning? Sure thing, here’s how to do it in 3 simple steps.
Step 1: Choose and Be Specific!
When you say you want to get in shape, what EXACTLY do you mean? First, tackle the math:
• What exact level of body fat do you choose?
• How much extra lean mass is going to get you there?
• Exactly how much strength are you trying to obtain?
• Precisely how much daily protein, carbs and fat are we talking about?
With this information you carve the vision of yourself that you’re choosing. Think about the process of a tattoo artist. First, they figure out what you want. Then they draw it. Then they perfect the drawing. Then they apply an outline to your flesh and begin filling in the details. Your body, in this case, is the tattoo. Start shading!
Step 2: Commit
Once you have this ultra-specific vision, commit. This is probably the #1 thing that keeps people in the Fitness Fray: distraction & information overload. They’ve got endless amounts of conflicting conditioning and nutrition data coming at them from multiple streams every waking hour:
• Social media
• So-called experts, authorities, and gurus
• The blogosphere
• Their friends or “Bro/Sis-Science”
• Magazines
• Podcasts
• Television
• Mainstream news
One day they’re committed to this, then next week or month, it’s something else.
Because they’re trying to let the world do the choosing and committing for them, they’re bouncing all over the place never really committing to one single thing that works for them and their specific vision. Pick YOURS and commit to it.
Step 3: Focus
After that, all you have to do is focus. That’s it. The focus itself will FORCE you to do what you need to do, eat what you need to eat, workout how you need to; attracting the right people, places and events that will help lead you INTO your fitness vision.
Your vision, in your mind, is a seed. It’s quite literally a seed. You know this! The more you feed it with your attention (both physically and mentally) the faster it grows until what you envision is manifest. Thanks for reading, now get specific, commit, and focus.

Turbulence Training Review

Here is our full review of the Turbulence Training program by Craig Ballantyne…
First off, I would like to note that this is one of the first online fat loss products that was ever promoted online and has survived the test of time while evolving into one amazing resource. Turbuelnce Training is quickly growing to become a household name and I am proud to include it in the Evolution Six review section. I have owned the original release and now the latest.
With that said, here is my Turbulence Training review:
The promise made by Craig in his newest release is that he will show you how to burn fat in as minimal time as possible. Now, I’m usually harsh on products that make such a bold claim and usually don’t even bother writing a review but, as an owner of the original system I decided to see what’s new with the updated version of Turbulence Training.
About the author of the Turbulence Training system:
Craig Ballentyne is a well established fitness instructor who has written for Men’s Health and Men’s Fitness, and even in Oxygen and Shape magazines. Not only does he have higher than average credentials as a fitness professions, he also operates his own certifying agency that helps other trainers get certified in teaching the Turbulence Training methods.
This program comes directly from the source and truly provides all the information and tools you need to burn fat fast.
With Turbulence Training, you’ll learn how to get the most out of shorter workouts… workouts that focus on results.
You’ll avoid long and boring cardio sessions that might actually set you back and slow your metabolism.
These are the workout strategies that I use myself. Yes, I am a personal fitness trainer but that does not mean I enjoy spending hours in a gym. I’d rather be spending time with my friends and family. Turbulence Training is my kind of training.
Craig has done a GREAT job releasing an updated version of an already great product. You now have everything from manuals, videos and nutritional guides to help you lose fat fast.
I would not hesitate to recommend Turbulence Training to anyone. If you’re a beginner or advanced fitness enthusiast, this program will help you reach your goal.
Aside from the fitness aspect, Craig has made eating for fat loss as easy as possible. No fitness program is complete without proper nutrition. The included Turbulence Training nutrition guide alone is worth the price of the entire program.
I hope you found this Turbulence Training Review helpful and hope you find success with your fitness related goals.

Click Here To Get Turbulence Training…

About the author of the Turbulence Training system:
Craig Ballentyne is a well established fitness instructor who has written for Men’s Health and Men’s Fitness, and even in Oxygen and Shape magazines. Not only does he have higher than average credentials as a fitness professions, he also operates his own certifying agency that helps other trainers get certified in teaching the Turbulence Training methods.

Insanity Shaun T Review

As a fitness trainer I have seen more than my share of fitness products and videos. I could never pop in a DVD and follow along with a workout program. Until I ran into Insanity. Shaun T. is an amazing fitness trainer who obviously has passion for what he does. This set has changed the game for do-at-home workout videos. The Beachbody team has really put together a winner here.
Along with my current workouts, I will throw in a DVD twice a week and I will sweat! This workout is no joke. I have been a fitness trainer for over 12 years (at the time of writing this) and I have tried every workout available. I get results using Insanity, my clients get results and you should be getting results with insanity as well.
I know my clients struggle finding a productive workout away form our personal training sessions. I always tell them the same thing…
If you want to invest in your body, if you want to lose fat, then invest in insanity.
Invite Shaun T. into your home for a great workout series. This is a great compliment to your current fitness routine or you can even use it as a stand alone program.
Give it a try and please let me know what kind of results your getting with the program.
Use the button below to order your copy of insanity.