TT W12D2: The 10-Minute Turbulence Training Workout

My cough woke me up this morning at 3:25 AM. I had to get up and down some water and cold meds to get back to sleep for another three hours, which was not optimal, but I still got over 7 hours total.

I decided to cancel my training session at the gym and just do TT today. I was short on time and feeling somewhat pulled down from the cough and broken sleep so I opted to try one of the December TT 10-minute workouts just to get SOMETHING done this morning.

Ten minutes 45 seconds later, my a** was officially kicked.

I think it was the three sets of burpees, sheesh.

I still plan to do my regular TT for Women workout B and a shoulder workout when I get home tonight and have a little more time, but that was a fantastic wake up call. Now I will never be able to use “not enough time” as an excuse to not get in an intense workout session.

– TT 10-Minute Workout 1
1a) DB Squat (3×12 @ 20, 40, 40)
1a) DB Squat (3×8 @ 20, 30, 30)
1a) DB Squat (3×10 @ 20, 30, 30)
2) Burpees (3×30 second)

– 1.5 mi walk (25 min)

– TT Workout B (will post actual weights lifted tonight after workout)

1) 3 egg whites, 1 oz. raisins, 1/2 c. oats
2) Pineapple soy protein smoothie
3) 4 oz. turkey breast, 4 oz. seasoned sweet potato wedges, 1 c. mixed veggie stir fry
4) 3/4 c. LF cottage cheese, 3/4 c. grapes
5) 4 oz. tilapia filet, 1 c. stir-fried cabbage and green beans, 0.5 oz. almonds

PWO) 1 scoop dextrose, 1 scoop whey, 1 serving BCAA

6) 1 c. light soy milk, 1/2 scoop whey, 0.5 oz. almonds

Supps: 1 multivitamin, 1 calcium 600+D, 6 fish oil caps, 2 servings BCAAs, 1 serving l-Glutamine

Approx. 1866 calories at 43% carb/38% pro/19% fat

One thought on “TT W12D2: The 10-Minute Turbulence Training Workout

  1. If you’re sick, let your body rest and repair itself. You’re not doing yourself any favors by getting workouts in. The few days you take a break won’t hold you back once you’re healthy again.

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