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Turbulence training overview – fast and effective training

Last summer I competed in the Turbulence Training competition and won 2nd place for my transformation. I now have a platinum membership and full access to all turbulence training.

During my transformation, I used a turbulence fat loss guide that contains workouts over 6 months. I used intermediate workouts and 2K4 workouts from the tutorial. I also used the Buff Dudes and Hot Chicks workouts.

Turbulence training is designed to be fast and effective. Most workout plans are based on 3-4 day workouts per week for 4 weeks. By the end of 4 weeks, your body needs changes in training so that you can continue to improve and get results.

Turbulence training lasts from 45 minutes to 1 hour, as they use super-sets, schemes and interval training.

Supersets are two back-to-back exercises. They can be either for one muscle group or for different muscle groups. This is a great way to save time as you do not take breaks between exercises.

The training circuit uses a group of exercises one after another and usually consists of exercises for body weight. It’s like a combination of aerobics and resistance training. These patterns are found in camp training.

Interval training is a great way to burn fat. Interval training is a short explosion of high intensity with a subsequent decrease in intensity. Most turbulence workouts involve some interval training at the end of the workout.

Turbulence workouts workouts are great for the gym or home workouts. I have been training at home for over a year. I’m amazed that I can do such a great workout at home without any equipment. I am able to do most of the turbulence training exercises only with a pull-up bar, bench, stability ball and a pair of dumbbells.

Training guides contain pictures of exercises with descriptions so you know how to do the exercises correctly. For people who have a monthly membership, there are also videos of some new workouts so you can see exactly how the exercises are being performed.

One of the things I didn’t like about turbulence training is that some of it will include interval training at the end of the workout. I’m not against interval training, you just have to think about the exercises you need to do intervals. I don’t have a treadmill, bike or elliptical machine to use. If I had a normal regimen, I would be inclined to complete this part of the workout.

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