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Plank progression

The plank is often referred to as a abs or core exercise, which is the truth. However, the plank is much more than that.
Depending on which version you select, it will add more focus on specific parts of your body. Unfortunately, it will also be less efficient if not done correctly. So the question is how to do it correctly and which versions to select, not to mention how do you do proper plank progression?

if there's one exercise we all love to hate and hate to love it is planking , see some videos on planking below to know how you can do it the correct way
video 1: http://adfoc.us/6688991
video 2 :http://adfoc.us/66889980059453
video 3 : http://adfoc.us/66889980059452
video 4 : http://adfoc.us/66889980059344
video 5 : http://adfoc.us/66889980059470
video 6 : http://adfoc.us/66889980059454

 

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  • 6 months later...

f you’re a yogi, Pilates lover, or bootcamp class regular, I’m guessing you’ve gotten pretty good at doing a plank by now.

Planks have basically become an exercise standard with most group fitness classes incorporating them into regular training and some taking it to the next level with “plank challenges.”

Ever tried to hold 10-minute plank? It goes without saying that it’s not the most fun exercise.

Single-Leg Lift. Keeping your back flat, lift one leg.

Single-Arm Lift. Keeping your back flat, lift one arm and extend it out in front of you. ...

Single-Leg, Single-Arm Lift.

Knee Taps.

Shoulder Taps. 

Up N' Downs.

The Cliffhanger.

The Rocket Launcher.

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