Plank/straight-arm plank

  • Plank

    The plank is a beginner exercise to improve core stability and strength.

  • Plank with leg lift

    The plank with leg lift improves core stability and strength. Lifting one leg off the floor adds rotational instability and challenges the core more. This exercise is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • Plank with hip abduction

    The plank with hip abduction engages the muscles at the in and outside of the hips and gets the muscles of the core even firing more compared to the regular plank. This exercise is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • Plank with arm lift

    The plank with arm lift is an intermediate level exercise to enhance core stability and strength. Lifting the arm adds rotational instability and challenges the core more.

  • Plank with opposite arm and leg lift

    The plank with opposite arm and leg lift is an advanced core strengthening exercise. The opposite arm and leg lift requires very good rotational stability of the core.

  • SB plank

    The SB plank is a beginner exercise to improve balance, core stability and strength. Compared to the regular plank the stability ball adds instability to the movement, challenging the core more.

  • SB plank - one leg off

    The SB plank - one leg off targets balance, core stability and strength. Lifting one leg off the floor narrows the base of support, challenging the core more to maintain balance. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.