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If there is one exercise we all love to hate and hate to love it is this one . A plank is a simple effective body weight exercise that requires no equipment and can be performed just about anywhere[well use your judgement ].

  Holding your body[ light as a feather]stiff as a board develops strength primarily in your core - the muscle that connects your upper body and lower body as well as your shoulders, arms,.

 For more planking tutorials refer to video playlist below:

 

video {1}http://adfoc.us/67812380448430

 

video {2}http://adfoc.us/67812380675310

 

video {3}http://adfoc.us/67812380675317

 

video {4}http://adfoc.us/67812380675330

 

video {5}http://adfoc.us/67812380675333

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Put yourself in the same position that you used for the basic high plank.

Raise one leg straight up behind you and extend your hand as far as you can.

For at least 30 seconds, maintain this posture.

As you get more proficient at this exercise, lengthen the reps to build abs instead of belly fat.

 

Jumping jacks are similar to plank jacks, with the exception that you perform them in a plank posture.

The idea is still the same: after settling into a plank position, extend your feet outward.

Stretch your legs and spread your feet, then bring them back together.

After repeating this at least 30 times, stop. You should include at least 3 sets of 30 plank jack reps in your workout.

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