(Newswire.net -- 29, January, 2013) Atlanta, GA -- T Pushups are part of the Bodyweight Torch exercise program. For those who have not heard yet, Bodyweight Torch is an exciting new program for those wanting to lose weight, feel healthier and look better. The program lasts for 4 weeks and the T Pushup is just one of the many exercises available.
Mike Whitfield is the creator of the program. The idea was to give people the chance to use underutilized exercises that are also challenging. The T Pushup is one of the most challenging exercises for the upper body and is great for working the abs. It requires coordination, which makes it more difficult, which is why Whitfield decided that a demonstration video was in need.
“I wanted to make sure this exercise made it into the new bodyweight training and bodyweight conditioning program Bodyweight Torch.” Whitfield explained when releasing the video. The whole program involves a various of exercises, including supersets and circuits to keep the exercises fresh and fun. They all burn calories throughout the exercise and afterwards; so you can lose weight while you watch TV as long as your diet is under control.
Whitfield added the challenging exercises to help with consistency. People are more likely to stick to the program and reach their goals; and all in their own space. The program includes descriptions and photos to help guide through exercises and there are demonstration videos for some of the more complicated ones; with more to follow.
You can get Bodyweight Torch for free by downloading the PDF. With the 4-week program, you will gain exercises to help with metabolic conditioning and metabolic resistance training, as well as metabolic finishers. Download from http://www.bodyweighttorch.com.
About: Mike Whitfield is a boot camp workouts and bodyweight exercises expert. He recently released the free workout program BodyweightTorch to celebrate his 3 year anniversary of losing 105 pounds. Recently he also released a bodyweight exercise video on stability ball pushups and the modified burpee.