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Next Level Plank for abs, lats, and shoulders of steel

Need a new plank variation that challenges your lats, shoulders and your core ten times more?

Here you go! Ease into this one!

If this is way too challenging, start on your knees first with a raised surface. Hold on to your elbows. 

And for the love of god please keep the “hollow shape” posterior pelvic tilt and ribs in! If you can’t do that for a regular plank, please don’t try this one just yet. 

Lemme know how you do. 


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