Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Turbulence Training vs. Body For Life

Just last week I was down in sunny Mesa, Arizona at a seminar that featured both Sir Richard Branson and Bill Phillips, the author of the most popular fat loss book ever, "Body for Life" (BFL).

It looked as though Bill hadn't aged a day since his book came out about 10 years ago, so he's doing something right.

Now I get questions all the time asking what's better, "Turbulence Training or Body for Life"?

Well, I'm going to be frank with you, and tell you that Turbulence Training is better, hands down.

Remember, BFL was written about 10 years ago. And a lot has changed since then. Granted, BFL had interval training in it, but it didn't use bodyweight circuits (like you'll find in your bonus workout, the TT DB-BW Fusion program).

These small changes and improvements we've learned in the last few years are enough to make the TT workouts shorter and better. So if you are stuck for time, you have no choice but to go with the program that is constantly being updated with the latest proven workout methods - and that's the Turbulence Training program.

If you have an old copy of BFL lying around, then that might help you for now. But if you want to beat a fat loss plateau, then you'll need all the help you can get, and that includes getting the latest fat loss info found in Turbulence Training.

(Plus, with Turbulence Training you get a lot more bonuses, and a lot less supplement advertising!)

Click HERE to get started with Turbulence Training

Turbulence Training beats BFL, Turbo Jam, and P90X, all hands down,

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS
Author, Turbulence Training

PS - Turbulence Training Beats Bodybuilding Programs for Men & Women

"I have been in love with Turbulence Training ever since I started. I am 6'3", 28/M and my starting weight/body fat% was 208 pounds and 18.4% body fat. The mix of weight training with the high intensity intervals is the perfect fitness program. I really didn't believe it would be difficult until I started it. WOW what a burn!! I have finished the TT2K3 and 2K4. In these 5 months, I have upped my dumbell press weight 30 lbs from using 60s to 75s. I can't wait to start TT2K5 next week and see where I can get my bench up to. After 22 weeks of TT, I am now down to 190 lbs and 10.8% body fat."
Nick Walters, New York, NY

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