“Interval Training: Boost Fat Loss
And Turn Your Body Into
A Fat Burning Furnace”
What is interval training?
It’s not that complicated. Interval training is simply alternating bursts of intense activity with intervals of lighter activity.
Take walking. If you work in short bursts of jogging into your regular walks… that’s
interval training. If you’re less fit, try alternating leisurely walking with periods of faster walking. So, if you’re walking outdoors, just walk faster between certain mailboxes, trees or other landmarks.
How does interval training burn fat?
During the high intensity periods, you’re decreasing your body’s ability to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. You begin to feel the “burn” as your body eliminates lactic acid (a toxic by-product).
When your muscles begin to get tired, decrease the intensity level to something you can maintain for a longer period. Don’t slow down so much that your pulse dips too low, though, or you will lose the aerobic effect completely.
Repeat this process of maxing out and recovering your anaerobic system for at least thirty minutes.
By challenging both you aerobic and anaerobic systems simultaneously, you improve your body’s ability to burn calories and you’re adding new muscle, which speeds up fat burning.
Think this guy can help you lose fat?
His name is Craig Ballantyne. And he wrote the book on
Interval training. He calls his program Turbulence Training. Cool name, huh?
Make no mistake, Turbulence Training Fat Loss System is the original short burst workout — often imitated — but it’s never been duplicated.
Here’s the deal: Interval training will get you more fat burning
results in less workout time than will low (and agonizingly boring) cardio workouts.
Whether you’re a new exerciser or you’ve been exercising for years, Craig Ballantyne’s Turbulence Training can help you jazz up your workout routine.
Don’t you want to…
- Burn more calories and boost fat loss—just by increasing intensity for a few minutes at a time?
- Improve your aerobic capacity and turn your body into a fat burning furnace?
- Keep boredom at bay and turn up the intensity and add variety to your exercise workout?