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The basic front plank which involves holding a static position for a predetermined amount of time builds isometric strength, and is one of the best exercises for your core, the core is the body’s centre of power , the fulcrum for every movement, It contains the muscles that lie deep within the torso and stabilize your body, whether it’s stationary or dynamic movement. Balance and stabilization workouts help define the abdominal muscle groups, which results in the defined stomach many desire providing of course their diet is on point.
If you can hold a good form plank for 45-60 seconds without too much shaking and trembling then you should test your plank with one of the many advanced versions, here my client has her legs raised higher and this The versatile move not only works your core, it strengthens legs, shoulders, wrists, arms and spine, it improves your posture, balance and stability and generally planks engage more than 20 muscles, including your shoulders, back, arms, legs, and glutes. Even better, planks allow you to work your core without the risks of back injury and overstressed hip flexors that come with traditional sit-ups.
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