Get It Right, Get It Tight: Plank Jack

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Get it Right Get It Tight

Planks can be tough, but that shouldn't keep you from doing them. They are great for the upper body, but they also engage your core for an over all body workout. This is a great plank variation that'll help to work your body and get your heart pumping.

Plank Jacks


Move Targets: Total body


Step 1:Begin in high plank with your shoulders over your wrists, your body in one straight line, and your feet together.

Plank Jacks

Step 2: Jump your legs wide and then back together. Jump as quickly as you can, but do not let your stomach sag or arch towards the ceiling.

Plank Jacks

Modification (beginner): Instead of jumping, step alternating legs out to the side and then back in.

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