Whenever I pop by a lot of different blogs and websites on fitness and exercise, I always saw either a review or recommendation on Turbulence Training program. I also happen to win a free copy of the file a couple of years ago from DailyMuscle so it was an interesting read. I was also intrigued by a blogpost that the author, Craig Ballantyne, had written about his experience with back pain.
What’s the who-ha about Turbulence Training?
So recently, because I’m now much stronger, I decided to get hold of the Turbulence Training program and see what it’s all about. And looking through it, it actually is a great deal for the price (US$39.95) that you pay for it. With all the bonuses that come with it together, it’s a great bargain for the price that you pay.
What do you get? The main book over 100 pages long on doing Turbulence Training, from the very green beginning beginner to intermediate and finally the various advance levels. What impressed me was the effort that Craig goes into describing the safety tips, from health regimes to different workout levels, he’s done a pretty good job for a FAQ on an ebook. He goes into a brief and conscise overview of the entire Turbulence Training Program so that the reader understands the fundamentals of it. And seriously, you’ll need this fundamental because the exercise moves aren’t too many and yet all so effective!
I know one of the moves in Turbulence Training!
The main book comes with a tracking log for the different workout levels and detailed instructions for the exercise moves with pictures. It also comes with video links to show you how to do the workouts which is impressive. One of the beginner’s workout is the Bird Dog which I know as the Horse Stance. I really hated hated hated that move when I first learnt it as a way to strengthen my back muscles but once I realized that it helped to give me smaller abs, I was persuaded to do it daily. And like magic, my waistline shrunk and my back got stronger. Some of the moves are ones that I’m currently doing so that should be a breeze to get through.
What else comes with Turbulence Training package?
On top of the main book, you get a lot of other bonuses as well.
- Audio recording explaining the entire Turbulence Training Program. This is great when you’re trying to understand this program
- 4-week planner to get you started and there are different programs for both the men and the ladies.
- Advance fat loss programs for men and women for various goals. It’s a great mash-up of the exercises in Turbulence Training. Example is the program for Busy Dads, Mums after delivering their babies, Abs workouts. I do quite a number of the exercises already and I know that it works.
- Nutritional guidelines on what to eat and answers to questions you may have. It’s a nice touch because oftentimes, people forget that whatever you burn through exercise, can be replaced back easily by whatever you eat! So this is a great guideline. Plus, there was a surprise with an additional PDF book on 31 Blender Drinks which have/don’t have protein powder as an ingredient (it’s optional).
And there you have it, the entire package for Turbulence Training. You can also sign up for his other products and services, including one for his membership forum. However, I’d still recommend that you get the basic package so that you get the basic fundamentals of strengthening your body which helps you look great fast and quickly. So click here to read more about the program. Don’t take my word for it but read the reviews that people have given him.
Note : For those with back pain or any other bodily injury, I’d still advise to see a professional before embarking on this program. Even within the book, Craig Ballantyne advises to seek approval from a medical professional if you haven’t already gotten it. Yes, this is a training program but it is good to train safely. This review is for educational purposes and for research gathering. It doesn’t substitute medical advice or the attention of health-care professionals.
That’s pretty much it to my review on Turbulence Training! If you have any comments or feedback, I would love to hear them. Honest!