TDX stands for thermo detox exercise. These specialized movements are full body exercises that are intended to increase your core body temperature, aka thermogenesis.
By performing my full body TDX combinations, multiple muscle groups will become activated at once - which will seriously turn up the temperature of your body… Enabling you to tap into trapped toxins that are dormant within our cells.
Each of the 7 workout videos contain a different series of TDX movements to encourage your body to break a sweat so you can incinerate toxins and fat cells in the process.
Aside from sweating being the primary purpose of each session, my workouts also utilize something known as “time under tension”. This principle involves keeping a body part (or body parts) activated for set periods of time, instead of counting reps.
This not only increases your strength and endurance, but it also maximizes the activity of our muscles - allowing us to keep our core body temperature elevated during each session.
Over the course of this month, you will follow a 3 days on and one day off workout schedule.
The workouts are each 15 minutes or less, therefore I encourage you to knock these out first thing in the morning before you eat breakfast.
By performing your workouts first thing in the morning, you’ll be able to get a much more direct thermogenic effect because your body will be in a fasted state.
You can still however experience detox results if you perform these workouts at other time frames within the day, however, if fat loss is a primary goal of yours then I recommend giving yourself some time in your morning routine to knock out your TDX workout for maximum results.
Now like I mentioned, this 28 day course consists of 7 different detox workout routines that I call “detox circuits”.
Each workout is designed to be scalable, which means that you can turn up or turn down the intensity of every workout.
For the first portion of the course, you’ll perform the level 1 of each workout, followed by level 2 and finish the month off with level 3 of each workout.
The major difference makers between the levels is the length of time in which each TDX movement is performed.
By that I mean, the time under tension will increase when you level up. In this way, we can gradually get your body accustomed to thermogenic training by starting slow at first and build your way up.