I don’t know how my friend Alwyn Cosgrove does it, but he always seems to find the most cutting-edge fat burning studies before me.

And in our epic, 10-year battle to find the latest research and send it to each other, he may have recently found the best study yet.

More important, this study is going to help you increase post-exercise calorie afterburn by 450%.

It’s great to see the science catching up to support the type of workouts that Alwyn and I have been publishing online and in Men’s Health magazine for over a decade.

Consider this the New Rule of Metabolic Resistance Training (finally justified by science after he and I have been using it for 10+ years).

Italian researchers compared what they called “High Intensity Interval Resistance Training” (HIRT) against traditional resistance training.

(Reference: J Transl Med. 2012 Nov 24;10:237.)

In the traditional resistance training group, subjects performed a 62 minute workout consisting of 4 sets to failure of 8 exercises. Each exercise was done at 75% 1 RM.

The HIRT group performed a shorter, 32 minute workout that consisted of only 3 sets per exercise of leg press, chest press, and pull-downs at 85% 1RM followed by two “rest-pause-sets”.

Results showed that the traditional workout lasted must longer, and total lifting volume was 17,000 lbs. But blood lactate reached only 5.1 mmol/L. And most important, they recorded a 22-hour afterburn of only a 5% increase (total of 98 calories).

In the HIRT group, the workout was shorter, and total lifting volume was exactly half of the traditional workout (8,500 lbs). However, the increased intensity and combination of rest-pause training led to a much greater elevation in blood lactate (10.5 mmol/L) after training.

And more importantly, the HIRT group had a MASSIVE 22-hour afterburn of 452 extra calories (a 24% increase in metabolism).

The scientists concluded that HIRT training allowed subjects to do half the lifting volume in half the time but still increased afterburn by whopping 450% more than a traditional lifting workout.

That’s an incredible response from a short, burst workout that only lasted about a half-hour – the same as the NEW Turbulence Training.

And that is more proof as to why Turbulence Training, in just 30 minutes, will work for you and your clients to burn fat faster than ever thanks to massive increases in post-workout afterburn.

My workouts continue to be proven by both science from all over the world and by experience from the thousands of online clients that use Turbulence Training to win my TT Transformation Contests.

By elevating post-exercise metabolism by 450% more than traditional lifting workouts (and probably even more than boring cardio), men and women are able to lose 20, 30, and even 40 pounds of fat in just 12 weeks.

Plus, the afterburn helps advanced and expert clients lose that pesky 5-8 pounds of stubborn belly fat thanks to the massive increases in their post-exercise metabolism from our short, burst workouts.

You don’t have to train an hour a day with DVDs, or do any cardio to get lean. The answer is simply to use the high-intensity, interval resistance training and finishers found in the new Turbulence Training Done-For-Your 30-minute workouts and videos.

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Dedicated to finding more science to help you succeed,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

Craig Ballantyne

Craig Ballantyne is the author of The Perfect Day Formula: How to Own the Day and Control Your Life. Craig has been a contributor to Men’s Health magazine for over 17 years. Today he teaches his gift high-performing entrepreneurs how to squeeze more out of their days, increase their income, and make more quality time for their families in his Perfect Life Workshop and Work-Life Mastery programs. Craig used his own advice to overcome crippling anxiety attacks in 2006, and he’ll teach you his 5 Pillars of Success so you can increase your income, decrease your work time, and live the life of your dreams. Learn more about Craig at craigballantyne.com