CT-50 Workout Review
Today I review CT-50 - a new exercise and workout program created by USAW Sports Performance Coach Tyler Bramlett. I look at the claims, what you receive, the
program itself, and decide if it’s worth the cost. In other words – does it deliver?
The sales page for CT-50, short for “The Cross-Training 50”, claims that you can transform your
body and look your very best without machines, cardio, pills, or getting rid of comfort foods. This can be done at
home without a trainer, and with little or no equipment.
This new cross training workout took Tyler Bramlett 10 years to develop. A core principle is that your results
depend on the movements you make while you exercise, not necessarily the duration or intensity. He gives a great
example and definition of how “form follows function” and Progressive Movement Technology™ on the site.
The site claims that anyone, at any health level, sex, or age range can benefit from the CT-50 workout. As you work
through the levels, it’s beneficial to beginners and challenging enough for experienced athletes. In addition, the
home workouts will only take about 60 minutes per WEEK.
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CT-50 Workout Overview
Level One: This is the beginning level and is good for people just starting
out, or those that haven’t exercised in a long time. There is little chance for injury. Some of the
progressive movements are the "One-Leg Shin Taps", "Two Arm Presses", and "Down Dog to up Dog".
Level Two: At the next level you should feel more flexible and confident. Some of the
progressive movements are the "Lying Leg Raises", "Eccentric Pushups", and the "Single Unders".
Level Three: Things get more challenging in Level Three, as they should. Your body has
become more toned and strengthened, and each level will increase the challenge while preventing plateaus. Some
of the progressive movements in this level include: "Overhead Swings with a Twist", "Kip Pulls", and "One Arm
Level Four: Your body should be becoming a lean and efficient machine at this level!
Progressive movements at this level include: "Turkish Get Up", "Hanging Knees To Elbows", "One Arm
Level Five: This is the final level, with 10 different steps to go through. By now, your
body shape should have completely altered. You should have enormous energy. The exercises are still
challenging, and it’s still less than one hour a week. Progressive movements at this level include: "Burpees",
"Lateral Explosive Pushups", and "Goblet Jump Squats".
Who is Tyler Bramlett?Tyler Bramlett is a Functional Training Expert and USAW Sports
Performance Coach with a gym in Santa Cruz, California.
Unlike many fitness “experts”, he wasn’t blessed with a perfect body and athleticism, and used to be overweight
for as long as he can remember. He brother even used to call him “chubbito”. Although he tried all of the programs,
cross-training, and weightlifting over the years, he was
still stuck with an extra 40 pounds.
One day, while riding his bike, he was hit by an SUV. With a cracked femur, a torn meniscus, and a dislocated
kneecap, he could no longer plan on weightlifting, running, or getting slim. It was this bad incident that showed
him the “missing link” to permanent fitness.
After 10 years of development, this effective fat burning course was born. As a trainer and coach, he has gone
on to share this system in-person with over 500 people at his gym in Santa Cruz, California, and thousands more
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What Comes With The Workouts?I went ahead and ordered the course, and received my login information within
2 minutes. With the login, you also receive an invitation to join their private Facebook group.
The first thing you see when you log in is the Dashboard (below). There is a welcome video and a clean, easy to
navigate, menu. The menu is broken down into Dashboard, Downloads, Instructionals, Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level
4, and Level 5.
The volume of quality information was totally unexpected!
Quick Start Guide
Workouts Score Sheet
Super Fat Loss Smoothies Bonus
Integration Guide Bonus
Supplements Guide Bonus
FAST ACTION BONUSES:
5 Day Fast Metabolism Repair Plan
Pullup Bar & Suspension Trainer Substitution Guide
Power Isometrics Guide
20 instructional videos*, teaching 130+ exercises.
LEVEL 1 TAB:
Level 1 workouts, 01 through 10
LEVEL 2 TAB:
Level 2 workouts, 11 through 20
LEVEL 3 TAB:
Level 3 workouts, 21 through 30
LEVEL 4 TAB:
Level 4 workouts, 31 through 40
LEVEL 5 TAB:
Level 5 workouts, 41 through 50
* ALL videos can be viewed online or downloaded to your PC or tablet
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CT-50 Workout PROS:
- This seems to be a very well organized, effective, and complete workout system. The claims seem plausible,
and their Progressive Movement Technology™ makes sense.
- The Progressive Cross Training exercises seem to have a lot of variation and can be done by all types and
ages of people.
- The cost is small compared to other programs I’ve reviewed, such as P90X or Insanity. There is minimal
equipment needed - a single dumbbell and a pull-up bar.
- This is not a monthly program, like a gym membership, so there isn’t a constant money drain.
- The videos can be viewed online or downloaded, so they can work on your PC, some TVs and Tablets.
CT-50 Workout CONS:
- I’ve given this a lot of thought and the only con that I’ve been able to find so far is that there is a ton
of stuff to go through. Although the site is well organized, it’s still 70+ videos and 10 manuals. That might
be overwhelming for some people.
- On the other hand, it’s nice that everything is laid out so well, and that there are detailed CT-50 workout
instructions. With this many exercises and manuals, the opportunity is there for the athlete to keep motivated,
yet the choice is there for someone who just wants to feel and look a little better.
The Bottom Line:4.5 out of 5
I’ve reviewed a number of crossfit workouts at home products in the past. This is one that I’m going to
keep and use. I’ve started the Level One training and already feel the effects. Time will tell how long I can keep
motivated. I’ve taken my “before picture” and am thinking about blogging my results.
Check out the program and try out the complimentary workout, then feel free to come back here and leave your
own comments or reviews (good or bad) for others.
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