Dr. John Berardi Advanced Nutrition Information

Let’s face it, we’re all after a single goal:

Fat Loss

We want a flat sexy stomach and even ripped abs. That’s the bottom line. (Same goes for me, too.)

But research proves that cardio alone doesn’t work. And neither does DOUBLING your workout time (I just read a study where a 60 minute workout actually resulted in LESS fat loss than a 30 minute session).

Plus, you’ve seen my hilarious diet vs. exercise videos that PROVE diet is more important than your workouts.

Without changing your diet, even the best program in the world (i.e. Turbulence Training) will only help you lose a couple of pounds per month.

That’s why you need advanced nutrition knowledge to go with your advanced TT workouts…so that you can lose 15-33 pounds in 4-12 weeks.

So here’s the good news.

My long-time friend and world renowned nutrition expert, Dr. John Berardi is offering you an advanced course in the state-of-the-art nutrition coaching.

Trust me, the course is absolutely worth checking out.

Better yet, it’s completely FREE.

Watch the Essentials of Nutrition here






WARNING: This video was designed for personal trainers…HOWEVER, I know that TT readers are advanced, and often smarter than most trainers – even though you might not be one yourself.

So I know you can handle this info.

You’ll learn:

1) How to include advanced nutrition in fat loss program

2) How to quickly and accurately assess nutritional needs

3) How to devise a nutrition plan based on that assessment

4) What stats to measure and how exactly to measure them

5) How to optimize a nutrition plan based on those stats

Armed with this advanced nutrition info, you could TRIPLE
your fat loss (or more).

The course is entirely free here

Delivering you another fat burning breakthrough,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS – JB and I go way back…

…in fact, aside from Alwyn Cosgrove and Ryan Lee, Dr. JB might be my oldest friend in the fitness industry.

Here’s a picture of Dr. John Berardi, our friend Jon Benson, and myself, from way back in 2006 or 2007. It’s so old that it’s in black and white.