Turbulence Training Review: My Thoughts on the Program
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If you’re reading this page, you’re obviously familiar already with Turbulence Training and most likely are wondering if it is actually worth purchasing and how it stacks up against other weight loss/muscle building programs. So, I’m gonna skip the fluff and get straight to what I think are the most important points to consider when looking at Turbulence Training.
What Does Turbulence Training Promise?
Turbulence Training claims to provide men and women an exact blueprint to follow for fat loss and muscle building. It claims that as long as you stick to the workouts and diet that are included with the program, you WILL see terrific weight loss and muscle gain.
What did I find? I discovered that Turbulence Training truly does live up to its promise. The content, diet plan, exercise workouts are very, very solid. I’ve been working out and weight-lifting since I was able to, and I can spot shoddy workout material. The material in Turbulence Training is NOT shoddy or cheap at all. It gets to the root of weight loss and muscle gain through a variety of techniques (which is critical, you always want to use a well-varied workout).
Now, do not interpret the fact that I said Turbulence Training is effective as me saying that Turbulence Training is an easy way to get in great shape. It is NOT easy, no effective workout program is! It is intense, and will keep you sweating hard the whole time. That is how it SHOULD BE! That is why it gets you great results very quickly.
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Is the Creator of Turbulence Training Credible?
To me, the biggest factor I take into consideration when studying a workout program is the creator. If I don’t trust the creator, I won’t buy the product, no matter how good it looks. It’s just not worth it if the guy who put the program together doesn’t know what he’s talking about, I’m sure you agree.
What did I find? I looked into the background and experience of Craig Ballantyne and found him to be very credible when it comes to the fitness industry. The guy knows what he’s talking about and I trust him. He’s a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and has published many articles in well-respected fitness magazines, such as Men’s Health, Maximum Fitness, Muscle and Fitness Hers. He’s also trained hundreds of high-paying clients, and knows how to get anyone in shape fast.
Another thing I appreciate about Craig is that he practices what he preaches. His workouts are the exact same that you get when you purchase Turbulence Training. You can follow his workout progress to see for yourself at his blog.
How Does Turbulence Training Compare to Other Workouts?
Turbulence Training is similar in some regards to other popular workouts, like P90X, No Nonsense Muscle Building and Athlean-X. All of these workouts focus on using interval training, short intense weight-training sessions and resistance training to get results fast. A big difference between Turbulence Training and P90X is the fact that P90X is much more expensive at $140, but does come with DVDs to follow at home (No DVDs with Turbulence Training). Athlean-X is focused more on achieving a pro-athlete’s body, while No Nonsense Muscle Building specializes in helping chronically skinny guys pack on muscle.
The strong point of Turbulence Training when compared to these other programs is the fact that it has more flexability built into the program than the others, so it is good for those who just want to lose weight, as well as for those who are looking to tone up and build muscle. Craig does a good job throughout the program explaining how to adjust the exercise for your fitness goals and making it easy to follow.
The other thing that seperates Turbulence Training from the other programs is the amount of time it takes. I think Turbulence Training is perfect those people who don’t have time to go the gym, and would rather get good workouts at home, which Turbulence Training was designed specifically for.
Other Main Points I liked About Turbulence Training:
- Does not require much equipment. All you need are some resistant bands, a few dumbbells and a bench and you’re good to go. But, if you do like working out in the gym, you can also do the Turbulence Training workout there. Like I’ve said already, it’s a versatile program with lots of variations so you’re not locked into working out in one specific way with “required” equipment.
- The time commitment is small. This is a big one for me, since I’m always in a hurry when I work out (I hate long-drawn out cardio sessions!). Ballantyne is big on efficient workouts lasting only 45 minutes, compared to the more traditional hour weight training + 30 minutes of cardio. In fact, he takes a great deal of time to explain how cardio truly is overrated and how too much of it will sabatoge your muscle building (which was music to my ears!). You’re only looking at 3 workouts a week, each around 45 minutes long with Turbulence Training.
- You get a great HUGE amount of content for the price you pay. I’m not gonna go into the details listing everything that comes with it, you can see on the TT sales page, but suffice it to say that it took me HOURS to digest everything that came with Turbulence Training.
- Moneyback Guarantee – I always appreciate a product with a full moneyback guarantee, and Turbulence Training comes with a full money-back 60 day guarantee. So there’s not worry that you’ll be wasting your money if you don’t like it.
Main Points I Did NOT Like About Turbulence Training:
- Personally, I’m a visual learner, so I like to have lots of videos included with my workout. There are some in the members section of Turbulence Training, but I would like to see more demonstrating all the workout routines.
- There were not as many bonus recipes included with Turbulence Training as I’ve seen with other workouts. I like to try a lot of new recipes, and while the nutrition guide is very good, don’t get me wrong, I would have liked to have more recipes to choose from.
The Bottom-Line on Turbulence Training:
If you are a man or woman looking for a intense, fast-acting workout to burn up fat and build muscle, I HIGHLY recommend Turbulence Training. If you’re busy, and don’t want to mess around with a bunch of equipment and long workouts and would rather work out at home a few times a week, Turbulence Training was designed specifically for you. It does what it promises, and if you stick with it, you’ll see terrific results.
Drop me a line if you have questions or comments. Thanks!