Bodyweight Exercises focus on strength training that does not require weights or machines. Instead an individual's own bodyweight is used in resisting gravity, thereby reaping a wide range of bio-motor benefits for the body including power, strength, endurance, flexibility, speed and balance. Common bodyweight training exercises include squats, push-ups, pull-ups, lunges, plank variations and rows. The benefits of bodyweight training are manifold. The exercises are extremely efficient in getting maximum output within a short time frame. The transition from one exercise to the next is easy with little rest as there is no equipment involved. Heart rate will be inevitably pumped up, thus contributing to better cardiovascular fitness and increased metabolism. This in turn can help to burn fat fast. Besides, bodyweight training assists in gaining core strength, giving tighter abs, a better body posture as well as relieving lower back stress and improving overall performance.