You’re going to be surprised with the results of last week’s survey.
According to the thousands of TT readers that answered….
Most TT readers are over 35…
What age group are you in?
20’s = 5%
30’s = 15%
40’s = 30%
50’s = 33%
60’s = 15%
70’s = 4%
And you are very consistent with exercise. Well done!
How many days per week do you exercise?
2 = 19%
3 = 25%
4 = 20%
5 = 23%
6 = 13%
BUT… here’s where I get worried about you…
How long are your workouts?
4-10 minutes = 17%
10-20 minutes = 20%
20-30 minutes = 28%
30 minutes or longer = 33%
Many TT readers are exercising a LOT longer than I expected…
51% of women are exercising longer than 20 minutes. That’s a BIG mistake.
The message of short, burst workouts does not seem to be getting through… But it’s very important for you to exercise LESS.
It’s very, Very, VERY important to understand what I teach you in that article… I don’t want you to end up frustrated like my poor mother was back when I was a child.
And speaking of frustrations, here’s what’s bothering you right now…
What is your number 1 trouble spot you want to fix?
Arms = 2%
Butt = 3%
Belly = 49%
Hips = 2%
Thighs = 7%
Love Handles = 9%
All or most = 30%
If you’re frustrated with your belly fat, like 49% of TT readers, I have very good news for you.
When you do my short, burst workouts and restart your metabolism, then your belly fat is the FIRST place where the excess weight comes off.
But when you do long workouts of slow cardio, several bad things can happen:
- As Livestrong magazine reports, when you do long cardio, your body releases more of a hormone called cortisol.
- Known as the stress hormone, it causes the breakdown of many tissues in the body, including lean muscle mass.
- When your body breaks down muscle tissue, you lose vitally important strength and this can even lower your resting metabolic rate, making it harder to burn that stubborn belly fat.
- Long cardio workouts have also been associated with hypothyroidism, according to Runner’s World magazine… and that could mean a further shut down in your fat burning metabolism.
Now you can see why I’m worried about your long workouts!
So what’s the solution?
Instead of long cardio, the famous Dr. Oz recommends a combination of interval training and resistance training to kick belly fat to the curb.
A study from famous Australian fat loss researcher, Steve Boutcher, found women lose belly fat faster with short bursts of exercise rather than long, slow cardio.
That’s why Missi Holt and I made a brand new workout video program that you can do at home in just a few minutes a day using short burst exercises. These exercises elevate your fat burning metabolic rate and help you lose weight – and belly fat – at any age and exercise level.
These movements are going to change your life and SAVE you a ton of time and money (no more long workouts or expensive gym memberships required).
If you’re sick and tired of struggling to lose belly fat, the solution is clear. Stop doing long, slow cardio. Stop letting your cortisol increase, prevent your thyroid from shutting down, and stop letting your lean, metabolic muscle waste away.
Save time and get faster results with these new, short, burst workouts that you can do at home with NO equipment.
Taking care of your metabolism,
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
PS – And remember to…
… Believe in yourself!
Whatever is in your way, you’re stronger than it, you’re tougher than it, and you’re better than it. You’re going to beat it. You must truly believe in yourself. You must end the “I’ll give this a try” mindset, and switch to an, “I’m going to succeed” belief.