Plank - Stability Ball

Other types of Plank: Bodyweight

  • Kneel on the floor behind the ball with your knees hip width apart. Place your hands on the ball with your palms together.

  • Keep your spine in neutral alignment as you roll the ball away from you until your elbows are on top of the ball. Pull your abs towards your lower back to initiate the return to your starting position.

  • Abdominals 

  • Arms  Chest 

  • Rectus abdominis, Transverse abdominis, Triceps brachii

  • TIP: Your body should be in one line from your head to your knees.

Variations for Plank

  • Standing Plank

    This will develop deep abdominal strength and back strength. It will even get your heart rate to increase as you strive to hold the position for an extended period of time.

  • Pike

    A hard variation of plank exercise, this will develop upper body and core strength.

  • Knee Tucks

    A harder variation of plank exercise, this boosts circulation and gives your chest, arms and abs a workout all at once. It will even give you a lower back stretch while developing coordination.


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