Each year, Craig Ballantyne comes out with an intense New Years workout program. I don’t know what he’ll come up with for the 2010, but lets take a look at some of the annual workouts of the past few years:
2K6 4-Week Fat Loss Workout Program
Gyms are the busiest around New Years. People are rushing, running around, trying to live up to their New Years resolutions. 4 weeks later, most people will have given up. But not you because you’re armed with an intense Turbulence Training workout plan which can be done with limited equipment.
The 2K6 4-Week plan can be done with only a barbell, a bench, a ball and dumbbells. But the best part about Craig Ballantyne is that if you don’t have a particular piece of equipment, he shows you variations that you can perform with either your bodyweight or with dumbbells.
The secret to amazing results through any Turbulence Training workout is the trademark “non-competing” supersets. This method is one of the most effective ways to drop fat in a very short period of time. The entire 2K6 workout lasts less then 45 minutes!
Here’s a sample workout:
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2K7 4-Week Fat Loss Workout Program
In the 2K7 Workout, Craig Ballantyne provides you with 32 Unique, fat burning exercises organized into his trademark non-competing supersets. For those that tried the 2K6 workout, the 2K7 workouts is more intense, more difficult, and more…well everything.
This plan features 2 strength workouts, 2 ab workouts, 1 bodyweight circuit, and 2 interval training workouts. You can pick and choose which workout you wish to do as a 3-day plan. Once again, that’s what I love about Turbulence Training – it’s highly adaptable to the equipment you have and time you have.
One of the best ways to help you with your intervals is to use the GymBoss Interval Timer. It costs just $19.95, and you can program it to help you keep track of any sort of intervals you may use. Click here to grab yours today.
Here’s a sample schedule you can use:
- Monday – Bodyweight Circuit & Interval Training Workout A
- Wednesday – Turbulence Training Strength Workout A or B & Ab Circuit #1 or #2 (each week, alternate between workouts A or B, and Ab workouts #1 and #2)
- Friday – Bodyweight Circuit & Interval Training Workout B
I prefer the bodyweight circuit over all the other workouts, so I’m going to do it at a higher frequency. See how easy it is to set up a program to your liking? Here’s another great sample workout:
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2K8 4-Week Fat Loss Workout Program
TT 2K8 is all about plateau’s. We all hit fat loss plateaus, and if you’re having trouble getting rid of stubborn fat, this is the program for you. That being said, if you’re an absolute beginner, then this is not the program for you.
Each year, Craig Ballantyne tries to out-do the New Years program from the following year. 2K8 is no different. He’s taken all that he’s learned from the past two years, and injected all the knowledge into giving you the best for 2008.
So what you’re seeing in the 2K8 Workout are literally “upgrades” to workouts that already work well with his clients. These are the workouts that Craig uses to take Clients that are getting good results to getting even better results.
Check out this sample workout:
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The Ultimate Fat Burning Workout – 2K9
As I mentioned earlier, each year Craig Ballantyne takes all of his best workouts, training techniques, and secret tips and puts it together in an annual workout. 2K9 is no different. This plan features three incredible workout routines, including the infamous 10×10 Dumbbell Circuit.
The 2K9 Program also includes new set/rep schemes, tweaks to make your interval training harder, kettlebell circuits, and of course, bodyweight circuits. All the Kettlebell workouts can also be done with a dumbbell.
For those that don’t have a Kettlebell or are just getting into Kettlebell training, the 2K9 kettlebell workouts are a great way to start your Kettlebell training journey. The biggest features of this program is a 31-day Step by Step guide to Fat Loss.
Here’s the last of our sample workouts for today:
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The 2010 Workouts have not yet been released. But, I can only imagine what Craig Ballantyne has in store for us. I’ll keep you posted.