How to do the hand plank stretch

Instructions for hand plank:

Start on the floor in a push up position.
Ground your toes into the floor and engage your abs, shouldes, back, and glutes to stabilize the body.
Be careful not to lock or hyperextend your knees.
Keep a straight spine with your head in line with your back and look at a spot on the floor slightly above your hands.

What does hand plank help with?

Strength

What areas does hand plank exercise?

Abdomen, Obliques, Upper Back, Glutes, Shoulders, Chest, Triceps, Lower Back

How is hand plank performed?

Isometrics

When should you avoid hand plank?

Pregnancy, Osteoporosis, High Blood Pressure, Heart Condition

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