Easily develop a flat stomach with TRX High and Low Planks

The good old plank. Highly effective when performed correctly and varied. Here’s two variations and how to execute them correctly for best ab and total core results. And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d like to read the guidance: hi guys TRX traveler Adam here in this vid we’re gonna look at the plank […]

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On 6th April 2020
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The good old plank. Highly effective when performed correctly and varied. Here’s two variations and how to execute them correctly for best ab and total core results.

And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d like to read the guidance:

hi guys TRX traveler Adam here in this vid we’re gonna look at the plank or specifically the high plank and just the normal plank ok the TRX planks so first up going to start off with a high plank it just different types of planks put a little bit different emphasis and effort intensity on a bit of a different area of your stomach so they’re really good serve area from now on them they’re very simple exercise but very effective high plank you want to get the TRX handles a little bit exaggerated quite high you kind of want to put them so as you bend your knee you can only just get your foot in like that now I like to plank on my on my M forearms there’s my words there so as you get down plank on your forearms and take the strain don’t let your stomach sag like this contract your stomach so it pushes you bum up a little bit and just hold it and this is the basic principle of a TRX high plank if you want to make it harder move your forearms out and it gets a lot harder again if you just want it normal keep your elbows under your shoulders you can add a little bit of side movement if you want to target some serratus but I’d recommend just keeping it and getting comfortable with this and as you can see it’s already taking some strain on me I can really feel a top part of my abs so that’s a TRX high plank again very simple exercise but as we all know core work is extremely effective and should be worked into any exercise routine a normal plank it’s the same principle but you’re just going to lower the TRX so just off the ground a normal plank is certainly a lot easier a lot less demanding and the same principles apply get your feet in get down on your forearms and just raise the bomb use your stomach really squeeze it the pussy bomb up not too high but that certainly don’t let sag and certainly just keep it just above parallel to the ground and really squeeze is he doing it squeezy doing it and the same principle if you want to target bit serratus you can do a little bit of movement or could you really feel the burn inside and you want to make it harder put your forearms further out and it becomes extremely hard ah so that’s your two variations of plank if you’re watching this because you downloaded one of my programs and it’s in the video glossary I hope you’re enjoying the program let me know how you getting on if you’re watching this just cuz you want to see a bit of a variation of planks to incorporate ya into your routine hopefully it helps and let me know how you find them in the comments thanks for watching

Adam

Adam

TRX Traveller

Hello there! Thanks for visiting my blog. It's my mission and passion to help people achieve their fitness goals using a TRX absolutely anywhere. I've spent 5yrs TRX’ing 32 countries with no end in sight. If you're looking for a progressive TRX workout guide? Find it below. Here's to your Fitness Freedom!

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