Craig Ballantyne: Turbulence Training, Why Willpower Fails, and How to be Your Own Science Experiment



Craig Ballantyne

Craig Ballantyne is a fat loss and fitness expert who specializes in helping his clients get lean and strong with short, intense workouts. Craig’s super-popular Turbulence Training system is a targeted program that helps clients shed stubborn body fat without spending hours on the treadmill (sound familiar?).

Craig holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from McMaster University and he’s written for Men’s Health, Maximum Fitness, Oxygen, and Men’s Fitness.

He’s also a fat-burning beast.

On the show, Craig and I cover:

  • How to get lean in just a few minutes of exercise a week
  • Why willpower crumbles
  • Why you should consider getting a dog
  • Equipment-free bodyweight exercises for beginners
  • Why you experience better results when you enjoy your workouts
  • The 12 rules Craig uses to lead a healthy, successful life
  • How going gluten and dairy free helped Craig fix swelling in his hands
  • How to be your own science experiment
  • And tons more…

Here’s the show.

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To learn more about Craig’s Turbulence Training program, check it out below. Highly recommended for quick, easy, fat-torching workouts.

Turbulence Training

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