HOW TO DO THEM?
The simple act of planking isn’t very hard to pull off, but holding the position is a completely different story.
High plank. Get into the top or start of a pushup position. Keep your palms and toes firmly planted on the ground, your back straight, and your core tight. A saggy back or bottom during a plank can result in lower back pain, later on, so be sure not to compromise your form. Do not let your head sag.
Low plank. Lower down to your forearms, maintaining the same positioning and form as the high plank.
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