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Bosu High Plank

Bosu High Plank strengthens core stability. Holding a plank position on a Bosu ball engages abs, arms and legs, enhancing overall body strength and balance, suitable for fitness enthusiasts and post-injury rehabilitation.
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Bosu High Plank instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Place a Bosu ball flat side down in front of you on the ground.
2
Stand in front of the Bosu ball and lower your body to a kneeling position.
3
Place your hands on top of the Bosu ball, making sure they are shoulder-width apart.
4
Extend your legs straight back one at a time, coming into a high plank position with your body forming a straight line from your head to your heels.
5
Hold this position for the duration of the exercise, avoiding any drooping or raising of the lower back.
Place a Bosu ball flat side down in front of you on the ground.
Stand in front of the Bosu ball and lower your body to a kneeling position.
Place your hands on top of the Bosu ball, making sure they are shoulder-width apart.
Extend your legs straight back one at a time, coming into a high plank position with your body forming a straight line from your head to your heels.
Hold this position for the duration of the exercise, avoiding any drooping or raising of the lower back.
Equipment needed
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Bosu
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