How To Stay Fit and Keep Healthy Physique

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  • How To Stay Fit and Keep Healthy Physique

    By: Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS Turbulence Training

    Here's an interview between no-nonsense personal trainer and fitness model Vince DelMonte and Craig Ballantyne, Men's Health expert trainer and exercise video model. This interview discusses how Craig eats and trains to stay fit, while gaining muscle and losing fat to keep his Men's Health physique. Vince DelMonte: How do you personally maintain your "Mens Health" physique? Craig: I train very similar to my Turbulence Training Fusion Fat Loss and Hard-core TT programs, using a lot of classic barbell exercises, some olympic lifts, and then single-leg exercises and bodyweight exercises to finish it off. I train 3 days per week, but sometimes I go in for a 4th day just because, hey, I find training to be fun. But I have to hold back otherwise my joints get overworked from lifting and some other sports combined. Nutrition wise, I don't think I eat anything from a bag or a box, with the exception of the chocolate milk I drink after training. I eat a lot of fruits, vegetables, dry roasted almonds, pecans, walnuts, eggs, steak, chicken, sweet potatoes, and cheese. Even a couple of beers per week. But I try to eliminate all sugar - again, with the exception of the chocolate milk after training. Not only do I stay magazine-lean with this approach, but I don't get tired or mentally fatigued during my day of work. If I eat a lot of carbohydrates, such as pasta or oatmeal, I find I get sleepy. Vince DelMonte: Tell me about your own personal weight training program? Craig: This is my 3-day routine right now. Total body workouts, with a different main exercise each day, and then the rest of the exercises are superset's.

  • Workout A Squat (3x3, 1x15) BB Incline (3x5) Lunge (2x8) Snatch-grip BB Row (2x12) Cable Rot'l Ch Press (2x12) Workout B GM (3x6) Deadlift (3x6) DB Shoulder Press (2x8) Pullup (2x8) OH Squat (1x5) Ab Work Workout C Bench (3x5) Row (3x5) Leg Press (3x12) 1-Arm DB Press (3x8) EZ-Bar Tri Extension (1x8) Chinup (2x15) This is working out well. It changes every 4 weeks. My deadlift is about as strong as ever, but squat and bench are a little low...focus is on boosting my squat for the next 8 weeks.

    How Do I Become A Great Personal Trainer?

    This is one of the most popular questions that I get. It's a great question, and an important question. With the loss of traditional jobs and a move to service-industry economy in North America, personal training is a way to earn a relatively good living while helping others. Plus, having read my newsletter, you know I give a lot of current trainers a hard time (and with good reason, most trainers lack a basic understanding of human physiology and human movement, and common sense - some trainers don't even understand the law of gravity). In my opinion, there is a huge shortage of good trainers in the workforce.

  • Now it's relatively EASY to become a certified personal trainer. Simply look up one of the popular certifications (ACE, NSCA-CPT, or whatever certification the gym you want to work at requires), get their study materials, and then pass their test. BAM. Now you are a certified personal trainer. That's it. (So it's easy to see why there are so many bad trainers out there. Remember that the more people the organizations certify, the more $$$ they make...) However, to become a GREAT trainer, you will need to learn much, much more and invest far more time and education than you need to just get a quick certification. You will need to start by mastering the basics such as anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, and an introduction to sports medicine. WITHOUT a foundation in anatomy and physiology, it is easy for a trainer to fall for the latest gimmicks and fads. Ironically, I often find many trainers "forget" about the laws of science with each additional "specialization certification" they get... If you don't know how the central nervous system controls the muscles, then standing on a wobbling board while doing biceps curls with a rubber band while reciting your ABC's backwards seems like a good idea. It's "soooo hard" you'll hear that trainer say. Of course, you'll never see them straining with a bar on their back. Now THAT is hard. But if you have a strong education in the foundations of anatomy and physiology, then you'll take one look at that standing on a muffin-top ball stuff and realize its "Limited in value" to say the least. Fortunately, you can learn as much studying on your own as you could by being enrolled in a University Kinesiology program. The plus side of going to University is that you will get a recognized degree and it also happens that a University or College degree (any subject however) is a pre-requisite for possibly the most recognized certification, that of the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). However, the obvious downsides of University are the required investments in time and money. You must study on the University schedule and the fees are

  • substantial. One additional downside to a University education is the heavy emphasis placed on aerobic exercise science. Not only has this lead to the "You must do aerobics for fat loss" mentality, but also to the ill-advised "high- carbohydrate, low-fat diets are best for fat loss and health" nutrition recommendations. While some coaches regard the formal education process as un-necessary, and feel that all the requisite knowledge can be gained on their own and in the trenches, I am a STRONG supporter of a formal education - provided the quality of education is high. Perhaps these coaches attended less than stellar Kinesiology programs (which I know are more abundant than good programs). However, the education that I attained from McMaster University is without a doubt the reason for the quality of my programs and the level of my knowledge. Most influential was the neuromuscular physiology course taught to me by Dr. Digby Sale at McMaster University. But since you will never have the opportunity to attend his classes, I recommend in his place you read, "The Science and Practice of Strength Training", by Dr. Vladimir Zatsiorsky. Either way, as Michael Masterson of EarlytoRise.com has said, "Expect to spend 1000 hours of study to become competent in any discipline". Of course, having a good mentor can significantly decrease the amount of time you will need to study (perhaps by 50%). There are many "in the trenches" mentors that I can recommend, including: Alwyn Cosgrove - Alwyn has just released a manual called, "The Professional Fitness Coach Program Design Bible". So those are a couple of roads on how you become a GREAT personal trainer. Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS PS - It is no surprise that a lot of trainers use Turbulence Training with their clients. When I designed the Turbulence Training program, I grabbed the best of athlete-training, bodybuilder-training, bodyweight-training, fitness- training, and yes, even Stability-ball training, and I put them all in my "mental blender", and designed the best workout possible for busy men and

  • women to lose fat. If you are still skeptical about the TT program, I recommend you visit: www.TransformationContest.com to see the REAL results achieved by Real People using the TT program. Or simply => Turbulence Training

    Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS Author, Turbulence Training

    About the Author Craig Ballantyne is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and writes for Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Maximum Fitness, Muscle and Fitness Hers, and Oxygen magazines. His trademarked Turbulence Training fat loss workouts have been featured multiple times in Mens Fitness and Maximum Fitness magazines, and have helped thousands of men and women around the world lose fat, gain muscle, and get lean in less than 45 minutes three times per week. For more information on the Turbulence Training workouts that will help you burn fat without long, slow cardio sessions or fancy equipment, visit Turbulence Training

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    When I write montly workouts for clients, each 4-week program costs $100. But in the Turbulence Training E-book, you get access to four Advanced Fat Loss Workouts, and

  • three introductory workouts that progress you from Beginner to Advanced. That 26 week package would easily be worth more than $397 if you were a private client of mine.

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