Turbulence Training Review: Quick and Effective Workouts
Last summer I entered the Turbulence Training transformation contest and won second place for my transformation. I now have a platinum membership and full access to all Turbulence Training workouts.
During my transformation, I used the Turbulence Training Fat Loss Manual which contains over 6 months of workouts. I used the intermediate training and the 2K4 training from the manual. I also used the Buff Dudes and Hot Chicks workout.
Turbulence Training workouts are created to be fast and effective. Most training plans are based on workouts 3-4 days per week for 4 weeks. At the end of 4 weeks, your body needs a training change to keep improving and getting results.
Turbulence Training workouts last 45 minutes to 1 hour because they use supersets, circuits, and interval training.
Supersets are two exercises that are done in a row. They can be for the same muscle group or for different muscle groups. This is a great way to save time by not taking a break between exercises.
Circuit training uses a group of exercises one after another and generally consists of bodyweight exercises. It’s like combining aerobic exercise with resistance training. These circuits are found in boot camp workouts.
Interval training is a great way to burn fat. Interval training is a short burst of high intensity followed by a lower intensity. Most Turbulence Training workouts include some type of interval training at the end of the workout.
Turbulence Training workouts are great for the gym or home workouts. I have been training at home for over a year. I am in awe of the fact that I can get a great workout at home without any equipment. I can do most of the exercises in turbulence workouts with just a chin-up bar, bench, stability ball, and a pair of dumbbells.
The training manuals include pictures of the exercises with descriptions so you know how to do them correctly. For people with a monthly membership, there are also videos of some of the newer workouts so you can see exactly how the exercises are done.
One of the things I didn’t like about turbulence workouts is the fact that some of them would include interval training at the end of the workout. I’m not opposed to interval training, I just have to think of interval exercises. I do not have a treadmill, bike, or elliptical available to use. If there was a routine that I could follow, I would have been more inclined to complete this part of the training.