Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Treadmills are out and bodyweight exercises are in. This is a trend in the exercise industry and as Mike Whitfield, the author behind the bodyweight exercise program called “Bodyweight Torch,” explains, that’s a good thing.
“Using bodyweight exercises like the Skater Hops are a great way to incorporate bodyweight cardio without having to step onto a treadmill or elliptical. Fun bodyweight exercises like the Skater Hops are a great way to use cardio without a lot of impact on the joints. Bodyweight cardio exercises don’t have to be boring and with exercises like the Skater Hop, anyone’s bodyweight exercise program can be a great challenge. Bodyweight conditioning circuits are a great way to burn more calories and have more fun with bodyweight training programs. I released this bodyweight conditioning exercise for our readers and subscribers so that people can try the Skater Hop exercise themselves. It takes a little bit of coordination, but after some practice, bodyweight cardio circuits using exercises like the Skater Hop are a great way to improve anyone’s conditioning. We’ve been getting some great feedback on our exercise video demonstrations so that’s why we shared the Skater Hop exercise with our followers. I strongly believe in unique bodyweight exercises so that people don’t get bored with their bodyweight exercises training programs and always keep it fresh. That leads to consistency and better results. With bodyweight conditioning circuits and exercises, people won’t get bored and will easily stick with it to see results in the mirror. Anyone that tries this unique bodyweight exercise will enjoy it and will incorporate this new conditioning exercise with their bodyweight training plan. It was a lot of fun to film, too,” said Whitfield.
You can access the bodyweight training program called “Bodyweight Torch” that includes the Skater Hop exercise at http://www.bodyweighttorch.com.