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    This Plank Will Fire Up Your Abs!


    – Hey, what's up? Today I wanna show you one exercise that trains your core, your abs, your serratus, your obliques, and it is very friendly to your lower back Sounds too good to be true, but this is legit

    Now, this exercise is so called a plank You've been doing plank, or you've been seeing other people do plank, even including me, but this version is just different level of plank, right? So this is how you do plank So all you do is just get yourself in your plank So from here, you're gonna push your shoulders forward and round your back and try to squeeze your glutes Okay, by doing this you're actually using more ab muscles, because when the moment you round your back, you're using a serratus, especially pushing your shoulder forward is known as protraction, make it protract

    This piece of muscle here is what helps you to stabilize the shoulder when you do a shoulder press Right, so this is trains the serratus, and the moment you suck in your stomach, you round your back, you're actually activating your core So when you round your back, you're also using a lot of muscles, the rectus abdominis, also known as the six pack abs So when you do the plank and you round your back, make sure you suck in your stomach, round your back and hold, right If you can push your glutes forward would be great, right? Because when you push your glutes forward, you're actually activating more ab muscle, right? The common mistakes is like this, right? People tend to collapse their legs

    Don't collapse your legs, legs straight push your hips forward, round your back and hold here Well, is this wrong? Not really, this is actually even harder because you're actually challenging yourself with more than you will I say (chuckling) Now this is advanced, can even go as far as this, this is even harder, if you're damn fit you can Do this So how long should you hold for this plank? I would say hold for at least 30 seconds to a minute and then take a quick break, take about 15 seconds to 30 seconds break

    Yes, it's that short because your core and your abs muscles known as the slow twitch endurance muscles that deserve lesser rest compared to other muscle groups So give it a shot, do about four or five sets or you can even go up to 10 sets This is truly something that works for me, especially when days where I don't feel like doing crunches Give it a shot Comment below, let me know and keep training


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