Overhead Reverse Lunge Video Reveals Unique Bodyweight Exercise From Bodyweight Torch

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Overhead Reverse Lunge Revealed by BodyweightTorch.com Adding Unique Bodyweight Exercises to its Readers.

Unique bodyweight exercises always add a new dynamic to anyone’s bodyweight workout program. Doing the same bodyweight exercises can get boring and that’s why Mike Whitfield, the creator of “Bodyweight Torch”, offers new and unique bodyweight exercises with his programs to his subscribers at bodyweighttorch.com. After working with thousands of people both online and at his gym in Dallas, GA, he soon discovered that people need variety in their bodyweight conditioning programs. He also discovered that this prevents workout boredom and by offering unique bodyweight exercises with both upper body exercises and lower body exercises, his clients stuck with programs longer. That’s why he released a video demonstrating a unique lower body bodyweight exercise on his YouTube channel called the “Overhead Reverse Lunge”.

“When performing the overhead reverse lunge, the upper back is worked at the same time as the lower body. This not only burns more calories, but it also improves the mobility of the upper back, which is important for anyone that works behind a desk or does a lot of sitting. Keeping the hands extended above the head adds a new challenge to the lunge and reverse lunge while improving overall health. The overhead reverse lunge is a great way to add variety to anyone’s bodyweight workout program. The feedback on demonstrating the overhead reverse lunge has been great. It’s amazing how effective this lower body bodyweight exercise is and even if there isn’t a bar to perform the overhead reverse lunge, anyone can simply keep their arms extended above their head without any weight and they will still get great benefits from working the upper body and lower body at the same time. The key is keeping the shoulder blades squeezed together during the entire movement”, said Whitfield

Get more unique bodyweight exercises at the official bodyweight authority website found at http://www.bodyweighttorch.com.

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