Plank is a great way to develop core strength. However, adding in some variations can help develop a whole other dimension of core control that can help support your every day movement as well as enhance your running stability, yoga practice or gym workout.
We often think of standard planks as straight arms with shoulders over wrists and legs extended straight back. However, you can also work on your core control by alternating your arms and legs. Here are some exercises to try:
These exercises are a great addition to your plank routine. This can help you develop your rotary control, which is helpful for your running stability, yoga program and general movement throughout the course of your day.
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