How to do the single arm plank stretch

Instructions for single arm plank:

Place your hands under your shoulders so they are almost touching and spread your legs to slightly wider than shoulder width behind you.
Engage your core to stabilize your body, ground your left hand into the floor, and lift your right hand off the floor and out to the side or to rest on your hip.
Hold the position.

What does single arm plank help with?

Strength

What areas does single arm plank exercise?

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

How is single arm plank performed?

Isometrics

When should you avoid single arm plank?

Pregnancy, Osteoporosis, Herniated Disc, Sciatica, High Blood Pressure, Heart Condition

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