Tip: When Planks Hurt your Back
Substitutions & Tips • 3m 36s
Planks are a full body exercise that emphasize core strength. If you tend to feel a plank position in your back, it's not very comfortable. It can be a simple fix! Watch these four fixes to take the strain out of your back while doing a plank:
Quadruped anchoring with your navel and transverse abs
Plank from floor
Bear walks for shoulder girdle strength (One of my favorites to help kids with planks!)
Quadruped to three-step plank
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