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Single Leg Forearm Plank

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How To Do A Single Leg Forearm Plank Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide

The Single Leg Forearm Plank is a challenging modification to the traditional forearm plank that produces even more contraction in the core, due to the unstable position of the body.

To get started:

  1. Get into a traditional plank position by pressing your forearms into the floor, with your elbows directly below your shoulders, with your lower body propped up on your toes, legs shoulder width apart, fully extended, and contracted.
  2. At this point, your body should form a straight line from head to heel.
  3. Contract your abs and lift one foot about 10 inches off the ground.
  4. Hold for up to 60 seconds, then switch legs and repeat.

Muscles Worked:

abs

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