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Turbulence Training is the #1 home-gym resistance training workout in the world, and I guarantee you’ll get more fat burning results in less workout time than ever before when you try my “NO-cardio” approach to fat loss.

Not sure where to start? Here are the most commonly asked questions about Turbulence Training.

Q: What’s the first thing I should do when starting Turbulence Training?


You simply need to focus on three basic things:

1. Round up a social support team (including friends, family, and health professionals) and get started using the Turbulence Training forums at

2. Improve your diet to focus on eating whole, natural foods. Each day, fill up on as many vegetables as possible, a couple pieces of fruit (blueberries, an apple, and an orange), and lean proteins at each meal. Eat fiber-rich snacks, such as almonds, and drink green tea to help reduce hunger between meals.

3. Committing to a consistent exercise program of resistance training and intervals.

And don’t over-think things too much. Everything else is just details.

Q: Where do I start?


If you are significantly overweight and/or you have not exercised in years, start with the Turbulence Training Introductory Level Workout program.

If you have been doing light cardio or walking and have only 10-20 pounds to lose, you can start with the Turbulence Training Beginner Level Workout program.

If you are regularly doing resistance training and cardio or interval training, you can start with the Intermediate Turbulence Training Workout.

Everyone must complete the Intermediate Turbulence Training Workout program. After you have completed the Intermediate Turbulence Training Workout, please complete the rest of the Turbulence Training Workouts in the order presented in this book.

Q: Which program should I start with if I am already exercising? Do I really need to do the Intermediate Workout? Won’t it be too easy?


Please start with the Intermediate Workout. I guarantee you’ll find it a challenge.

Q: So what’s the “official” order of the Turbulence Training Workout program?


Just to review…Beginners should start with the Introductory or Beginner Workouts while everyone else must start with the Intermediate Workout.

1. Introductory

2. Beginner

3. Intermediate

4. Original

5. Turbulence Training TT2K3

6. Turbulence Training TT2K4

7. Turbulence Training TT2K5

8. Turbulence Training TT2K6

Upon completion of TT 2K6, you can move on to any of the bonus TT workouts.

Q: How much fat can I lose with Turbulence Training?


A lot! To be more specific, you should be able to lose at least one pound of body fat each week. Beginners can lose more fat and can lose up to 5 pounds per week for the first few weeks. Our Turbulence Training Transformation Contest Winners have been able to lose up to 34 pounds of fat in just 12 weeks.

Q: How fast can I lose fat with Turbulence Training?


Doctors recommend losing fat at a rate of 1-2 pound per week. If you have a lot of body fat, you will be able to lose it quickly. However, since you didn’t gain the weight overnight, you also won’t lose the weight overnight. Commit to long term goals and the process of developing proper nutrition and exercise habits.

Q: Why should I only use each version of Turbulence Training for 4 weeks?


We want to keep the element of variety in the training program to achieve consistent fat loss (see the above article). Nothing, except poor eating, halts fat loss like staying on a training program for too long. By switching it up on a frequent basis, you’ll avoid fat loss plateaus and keep making gains in strength and fitness at the same time.

Q: When should I workout? Is it better to workout in the morning?


As long as you get your workout in, it doesn’t matter when you exercise. There is no magical time to exercise. Consistency, smart training, and hard work are the keys to successful fat loss and take priority over the time of exercise.

Q: I work 50-70 hours per week and I have a young family. How do I fit exercise into my day?


Many people have had great success by getting up early and doing the workout before everyone else gets up. Alternatively, you can do it after the kids go to bed or during a break in the day. Schedule your workout like any other important appointment so that you don’t neglect the exercise sessions. You’ll find that the exercise will give you more energy throughout the rest of the day.

Experiment with different exercise times so that you can workout without disrupting your family’s events. Fortunately, there is no magic exercise time. As long as you are consistent, you will get results.

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