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Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull)

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Angle-Based Images: Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull) Video
Angle-Based Images: Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull) Video
Angle-Based Images: Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull) Video
Angle-Based Images: Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull) Video
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 1
Step 1 Sit tall with both your legs extended. Place your hands flat to the mat behind you, fingers facing in.
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 2
Step 2 Press into your hands and feet to raise your torso, forming a straight line from your head to your toes.
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 3
Step 3 Lift your right leg to the ceiling.
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 4
Step 4 Return your right leg to the floor.
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 5
Step 5 Lift your left leg to the ceiling.
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 6
Step 6 Bring your left leg to the floor.
Reverse Plank (with Leg Pull): Step 7
Step 7 Lower your torso to the starting position.

Progressions & Variations

Beginner Tips

As you press into your hands and feet during this movement, feel as if you're lifting your body to the ceiling. Avoid the feeling of sinking toward the floor.

Benefits

Stretches the front of your body while strengthening your back, arms, and hamstrings.

Modifications

To modify, keep your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor.

Related Exercises

  • Strength Exercises
  • Core Exercises
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