Thursday, December 05, 2013

Workout Warning

This is what I call a "Bad Idea Jeans" workout.
Do you remember that skit from Saturday Night Live back in the 90's? It was one of my favorites. It included classic quotes such as:
Guy #3: "Well, he's an ex free-base addict, and he's trying to turn around, and he needs a place to stay for a couple of months."
Image on Screen: BAD IDEA!
(Haha, and no, they were not talking about Toronto's mayor, Rob Ford...)
The skit is worth Googling if you've never watched it...although I must warn you, it's politically incorrect.
And speaking of warnings, this morning I had to give my good friend Dion a classic CB Workout WARNING.
Dion is back on the fat loss scene after letting himself slip for a few months, and a bodybuilder gave him a terrible workout. It included 15 sets of chest (including the shoulder-KILLING bodybuilder barbell bench press) followed by 9 sets of triceps exercises. 
"No, no, NO! Do NOT train like this," I told him.
"You're almost 40 years old, you haven't lifted in months, you have a wife and young son, and you have an important career! That's a Bad Idea workout, guaranteed to hurt you, and besides, it's built for a steroid-using bodybuilder, not someone looking to lose fat," I lectured.
Like you, Dion needs to use research-proven 21st-Century fat loss methods, not something out of the 90's like a classic SNL skit.
Here's what I recommend that he and you do to lose fat. It's a proven workout from an expert, the hot, sexy, lean & lovely Neghar Fanooni
In this Kettlebell-Bodyweight circuit, you'll rest as little as possible between exercises and you will complete 3-5 rounds total. (And yes, you can sub in dumbbells in place of KB's.)
1) KB Goblet Squats - 10 reps
2) KB 1-Arm Row - 10 reps per side
3) KB Goblet Reverse Lunge - 10 per side
4) Push-up or Decline Push-up - As Many Reps as Possible 
5) KB Swing - 20 reps
That's a REAL fat loss workout, one that will give you results safely and efficiently. Just say NO to Bad Idea bodybuilder workouts from the 1990's. 
Train smart and safe,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

Smokin' hot workout from a smokin' hot trainer

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