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How to Do 

How to Do Stability Ball Plank with Raised Legs and Elbows

The stability ball raised leg elbow  plank should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the stability ball raised leg elbow  plank.

Beginning 

Beginning Plank with Raised Legs and Elbows

1. Start with your hands shoulder-width apart in a plank stance. The line between your shoulders, hips, and ankles should be straight.

2. Keep your core engaged and lift your right leg off the floor to around hip height. Maintain a flexed right foot.

3. Take a breather and experience the heat. Then return your right leg to the ground.

4. Reverse the process with your left leg.

Movement

Plank with Raised Legs and Elbows Movement

1. Start by kneeling on the ground with a stability ball before you.

2. Lean forward and rest your elbows and forearms on the stability ball.

3. Rocking forward with your knees, use your arms to roll the ball until your body is extended in a straight line. You will have one leg straight so your toe is on the ground, and the other will be straight back in the air.

4. Pause for a brief second and then reverse the process and come back to the starting point.

Benefits

Plank with Raised Legs and Elbows Benefits

Adding leg lifts to your plank routine will help stimulate your ab muscles more effectively and strengthen your core. Good posture, improved balance, and even a healthier back are all benefits of a strong core.

Exercise Aliases

Push Up Workout, How to Do a Plank Exercise, Stability Ball Plank

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