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Plank Position: Hold Core Tight to Support Back
Knee to Elbow Plank

Hi Everyone,

Tonight’s video is finally uploaded! As soon as I am done typing this, I am going straight to bed. 🙂 It took a while tonight!

This was a quick full body workout. For a more intense workout, increase the number of times you go through the whole round of exercises. This workout combines some body shaping, with cardio aspects. It was a nice challenge. 

The Rolling Pushup’s were really tough. If you are starting to lose form either take a quick break, or omit the extra pushup. You can raise and lower yourself to the ground with a slow and controlled movement. Be sure to focus on form. You can see from the top picture above that your core should be pulled in tight to support your back. Your body should form a straight line with no drop in your hips. Your butt should not stick up in the air. This is the key for getting the best results from all plank positions.  

I hope you enjoy the workout! Have a great night!

Beginner: 10 reps
Intermediate: 15 reps
Advanced: 20 reps

1. Plank Knee Drop
2. Lunge Pulse Jump
3. Russian
4. Rolling Pushup
5. 1 Leg Hop (right)
6. 1 Leg Hop (left)
7. Step Up (right)
8. Step Up (left)
9. Knee to Elbow Plank (right)
10. Knee to Elbow Plank (left)
11. High Knees

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