Challenging Bodyweight Exercise Video of the Squat Thrust Released by Bodyweight Torch

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Modified Squat Thrust Bodyweight Cardio Exercise Revealed by Mike Whitfield from Bodyweight Torch.

Although the most popular bodyweight exercises to work the abs are crunches and sit-ups, there are better bodyweight exercises to strengthen the core, according to Mike Whitfield. Whitfield, the creator behind the bodyweight training program “Bodyweight Torch”, released a video of the Squat Thrust exercise to his readers so they can discover a new and exciting way to work the abs without crunches or sit-ups.

“The Squat Thrust exercise is one of the best bodyweight exercises to work the core because they not only strengthen the abs, but this unique bodyweight exercise also burns a lot of calories because of the conditioning involved. The conditioning training is a great way to improve performance in and out of the gym and by keeping the abs braced, the abs work harder to stabilize. It’s a great time investment bodyweight exercise for anyone tight on time. What’s great about the Squat Thrust is that anyone’s conditioning will improve and the core will get stronger at the same time, which is tough to do. But thanks to exercises such as the Squat Thrust, anyone can improve their overall fitness using the best bodyweight ab exercises such as the Squat Thrust. They are a great way to challenge anyone in their bodyweight training program without using fancy equipment. After performing just a few reps of this unique bodyweight conditioning exercise, the heart will be pumping pretty hard. It’s an awesome challenge for anyone. I got some great feedback when we released the video demonstrating this bodyweight training exercise that improves conditioning and we plan to release more exercise demos as well. Bodyweight workouts are a great way to stay in shape even on the busiest of schedules and we like to add variety to people’s bodyweight training programs through these videos,” said Whitfield.

Discover more bodyweight training exercises inside of Mike’s new program at, which is available to download for free.

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