How To Do A Reverse Plank With Leg Lift Exercise Video Demonstration and Guide
The Reverse Plank With Leg Lift is a variation of the traditional
plank to strengthen the core.
To get started:
Sit on the floor with your legs extended in front of you and your hands planted into the floor behind your butt, with fingers pointing towards your feet.
Raise your hips to form a straight line from your feet to your head, by pressing your hands through the floor.
It should look like the traditional plank, but your body is facing up.
While keep your glutes and core contracted, lift one leg and hold for 2 seconds.
Your other leg should still be in a straight line all the way to your head.
Lower your leg and repeat.
Once you complete the reps with one leg, repeat with the other.
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