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Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Intense Ladder Workout
So this week I was putting a few of my "lab rats" through some new routines while designing the new bonus program, "The TT SuperChargerz Workout". (That's a free bonus for folks who ordered John Romaniello's program the other week, and it will be done this weekend.) One of the workouts "hit the spot", so to speak. My client loved it. Here's how it went down. It was a "Ladder Workout"...and no, it doesn't involve climbing any ladders. With ladder workouts, you simply choose 1, 2, or 3 exercises, and then do: 10 reps per exercise 9 reps per exericse and so on. Of course, you can also start with 1 rep, then 2, and work your way up to the top. What I had my client do the other day was use these moves: - Barbell squats (Using 33% of his maximum squat weight...for him, it was 100 pounds, because he can squat at least 300 pounds) - Decline Pushups - Inverted Rows (A TRX row would have been a beauty to do) And do an Ascending-Descending Ladder, like this (with as little rest as possible between sets): Set 1: 1 rep of squats, pushups, rows Set 2: 2 reps of squats, pushups, rows All the way up to 10, and then all the way back down. It doesn't take very long, but gives you 110 reps per exercise. POW! Right in the ol' belly fat. Some sweet belly fat burning action right there. Now most ladders use kettlebell swings, but I subbed in the 33% Intensity Squat as an experiment, and it worked perfectly. It causes fatigue but NO muscle soreness the next day. The perfect total body fat burning stimulus right there. Okay, that's it for today, I have to finish the "TT SuperChargerz Workout". To learn more about interval training, bodyweight circuits, and how to lose fat with this combination, grab the Complete At-Home Fat Burning System here. Burn fat at home fast, Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS PS - Want to hear the "real deal" from a TT Trainer? Over 110 TT readers commented on my new site, and wanted to hear more about the TT Certification. So check this video created by the 1st-ever TT Trainer, Chris Lopez, as he explains what he thinks about the TT Certification and how it changed the world for him, his wife, and his FIVE(!) kids: => The Inside Scoop from the 1st TT Trainer
PPS - I'm off this weekend...
...to learn from more trainers at a secret location. More details on what I discover next week.