Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
TV commercials, new gadgets and more flood our TV’s, inboxes and more about how people can lose their belly fat. But the truth, according to Mike Whitfield, a bodyweight and bootcamp expert in Atlanta, GA, is that these gadgets not only don’t work, but can cause even more harm. That’s what inspired Whitfield to release a video showing people how to do what’s called the Stability Ball Plank exercise. Inside this video, Whitfield explains how to do this advanced bodyweight ab exercise and more.
“The Stability Ball Plank exercise is one of the best bodyweight ab exercises anyone can do to improve their core strength and make their abs harder without using back-breaking crunches or sit-ups. A variety of planks will work anyone’s abs harder and more effectively than those expensive and sometimes dangerous gadgets. Inside the video, I explain exactly how to perform the Stability Ball Plank which doesn’t require any fancy equipment at all. All anyone needs for this unique bodyweight ab exercise is a stability ball. Anyone can get these stability balls at a local retailer or sports goods store. The Stability Ball Plank is a great ab exercise that will work most people’s abs about 30% harder than the standard plank exercise. I’ve suggested to my readers to first perform the regular plank exercise and master it before trying the advanced ab exercise. The key to working the abs effectively on one of the best bodyweight ab exercises like the Stability Ball Plank is to keep the abs braced the whole time while holding the plank position. After training years with thousands of clients both online and offline, the Stability Ball Plank is by far one of the best ways to work your abs using bodyweight exercises”, said Whitfield.
There are a variety of plank exercises in the brand new program called “Bodyweight Torch”, in which you can download for free for a limited time at http://www.bodyweighttorch.com.
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