How to Do Plank Crunches
The Plank Crunches 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 Plank Crunches.
Beginning Plank Crunches
1. Draw your right knee into your chest, then straighten and raise your right leg toward the ceiling. Swing it back down and repeat by pushing your right knee into your chest.
2. Maintain a strong core and a tucked-in chin throughout the exercise.
Plank Crunches Movement
1. Start in a plank position with straight legs and feet together, resting on your elbows and toes.
2. To keep your body in a straight plank-like shape side on, make it as rigid as possible from your feet to your head.
3. Tensing your quads to elevate your knee caps up your thighs, squeezing your glutes together, bracing your core, and bringing your belly button up away from the floor while pressing down into the floor with your elbows are all ways to accomplish this.
Plank Crunches Benefits
The plank improves your spine, rhomboids and trapezius muscles, and abdominal muscles, all of which contribute to a strong posture as they gain strength. Developing your posture can help with a variety of problems as well as avoid the start of others. Maintaining good posture entails keeping your bones aligned.