Stability Ball Jackknife Exercise Video Revealed by BodyweightTorch.com

Mike Whitfield Releases Video of the Bodyweight Ab Exercise Called the Stability Ball Jackknife

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Stability Ball Jackknife

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 27, 2013

Bodyweight workouts can be a great, inexpensive way to burn calories without having to go to the gym. Bodyweight training programs are also a great way to lose weight, even when traveling. Mike Whitfield, the creator of “Bodyweight Torch”, released a bodyweight exercise video demonstrating a bodyweight ab exercise called the “Stability Ball Jackknife” using just a stability ball. His subscribers enjoy his informative videos and when it comes to working the abs with bodyweight training, Mike loves to share the latest and best bodyweight ab exercises with his readers.

“I think the Stability Ball Jackknife is one of the best ab exercises you can do with just bodyweight. All that is required is a stability ball, which you can find at just about any sporting goods store. This bodyweight ab exercise is much safer than crunches and sit-ups that can harm anyone’s neck or back. By using an advanced bodyweight ab exercise like the Stability Ball Jackknife, more stabilizer muscles are worked so the abs actually work harder. Of course, there are dozens of bodyweight exercises that work the abs using zero equipment, but a stability ball can add a lot of variety to anyone’s bodyweight workout program. This exercise is so effective, I wanted to share a video demonstrating how the Stability Ball Jackknife works and how to do it right. My subscribers depend on me to share the latest information on the best bodyweight exercises and bodyweight training programs, so that’s what drove me to do the video. There are many zero equipment ab exercises in my Bodyweight Torch program, but anyone can substitute any of the ab exercises with the Stability Ball Jackknife if they have access to a stability ball”, said Whitfield.

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