Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 28, 2013
Lower body exercises using just bodyweight are a great way to burn calories at home. But sometimes, the same lower body bodyweight exercises such as squats and lunges can get boring to some people and people are always looking for new and unique bodyweight exercises. Mike Whitfield, a trainer out of Atlanta, GA, understood this after getting feedback from his online and offline clients. Recently, he revealed a unique bodyweight lower body exercise called the Prisoner Crossover Lunge for his subscribers on video.
“The prisoner crossover lunge is a unique and effective way to work the lower body muscles as well as improve upper back mobility. Most lunges either have someone go forward or backward, while the crossover lunge works the hips a little more because the front leg is out and in front of the rear leg. This unique bodyweight exercise is a great way to add a new challenge to anyone’s bodyweight training workout to work new muscles. This means anyone using exercises such as the crossover prisoner lunge will bring a new stimulus to their body. This is great for increased caloric burn and prevent bodyweight workouts boredom. We’ve been getting great feedback on using the crossover lunge so that’s why I wanted to release a video demonstration of the one of the best bodyweight exercises to help people burn fat and get in shape anywhere and any time. This unique lower body bodyweight exercise uses no equipment so it’s a great tool for when people can’t make it to the gym. It’s exercises like the prisoner crossover lunge that will allow people to lose weight and have fun doing it. That’s what the best bodyweight programs have to offer. Bodyweight programs don’t have to be boring”, said Whitfield.
To discover the prisoner crossover lunge and more unique bodyweight exercises, you can download the free 4-week bodyweight program at http://www.bodyweighttorch.com.
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