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How to Do

How to Do Plank With Feet on Stability Ball, Abduction-adduction

The plank with feet on stability ball abduction-adduction should begin with a 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 plank with feet on stability ball abduction-adduction.

Beginning

Beginning Plank with an Angle

1. Turn your torso to the right side and place one foot in each handle. Come up onto your forearm or hand into a side plank with your left foot in front.

2. Repeat the required number of reps while crunching your knees toward your chest. After that, switch sides.

Movement

Plank with an Angle Movement

1. Start in a pushup position with both legs on a stability ball.

2. Keep your legs on the ball between your knees and your ankles.

3. Carefully take one leg off of the ball by moving it to the side. While doing this, don't allow the ball to move or your body to twist.

4. Bring your leg back to the stability ball and repeat for repetitions.

Benefits

Plank with an Angle Benefits

At the same time, it strengthens three muscular groups.

It safeguards your spine.

Strengthens your core without putting too much strain on your back.

It helps you maintain your balance.

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