Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Are You Ready to Strip Down?

According to the calendar, spring is officially here. It sure didn't feel like it the last few days here in my neck of the woods, but today it has definitely warmed up.

So, are you going to spend another summer beating yourself up (and covering yourself up) because you're unhappy with your body? Or, are you going to commit to improving your health, self esteem and body composition through good nutrition and regular physical activity?

You don't have to spend hours in the gym or be obsessive about your diet to get results. But if you're looking for a magic pill or some effortless weight loss plan, you've come to the wrong blog. If you're serious about burning fat, looking better and improving your health, the healthiest and most efficient way is to exercise regularly and improve your nutrition.

If you don't have the advantage of working with me personally, I strongly suggest that you check out Craig Ballantyne's TurbulenceTraining program. I've done the workouts myself and I've used Craig's TT principles to design programs for my clients. The workouts are fast and effective and are designed to be done at home with minimal equipment.

A few weeks ago, I was listening to a Jillian Michaels radio broadcast from January and she recommended Turbulence Training to one of her callers. (For those who don't know, Jillian is one of the trainers on The Biggest Loser.) The woman has helped lots of people drop some serious weight so her endorsement means something to me.

I discovered Craig Ballantyne and TT over a year and a half ago but I'm glad Jillian has caught up. :-D Oh, and just so you know, the recommendation was totally unsolicited. Craig knew nothing about Jillian's comments until a new TT member mentioned it on the forum; she had found out about his program from the radio show.

Speaking of the forum, another really great benefit of the TurbulenceTraining system is that you get three months free access to the TT members site. That way, if you find something confusing, or have any questions about the workouts, or you don't have a stability ball and want a substitute exercise, or if you just want some tips or motivation, you can post a comment or question and Craig and other TT members will respond. When was the last time you had easy access to a book's author to ask questions?

So, summer is fast approaching. It's time to ask yourself if you're ready to get healthier, drop excess fat and be happier with your body. If you are and you're local, give me a call and let's get started. If you don't live in Amish country, check out

1 comment:

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS said...

Nice work!

But are the Amish ready to strip down?

Keep up the great work,