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Dumbbell Plank Weight Drag Through

The Dumbbell Plank Weight Drag Through is a multi-muscle exercise for a full body workout. It focuses on your core, shoulders, and arms, enhancing stability and endurance by maintaining a plank position while moving the weight.
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Dumbbell Plank Weight Drag Through instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Get in a standard plank position, your body in a straight line, arms at shoulder width apart, balancing on your toes, with one dumbbell lying next to you on the floor.
2
Reach under your opposite side with your closest arm, and grab the handle of the dumbbell.
3
Drag the dumbbell under your body and place it on the opposite side.
4
Switch arms and repeat the same motion, make sure to tighten your core to remain stable throughout.
5
Your torso should remain parallel to the ground while you perform the exercises, and you should avoid lifting your hips or dropping your head.
Get in a standard plank position, your body in a straight line, arms at shoulder width apart, balancing on your toes, with one dumbbell lying next to you on the floor.
Reach under your opposite side with your closest arm, and grab the handle of the dumbbell.
Drag the dumbbell under your body and place it on the opposite side.
Switch arms and repeat the same motion, make sure to tighten your core to remain stable throughout.
Your torso should remain parallel to the ground while you perform the exercises, and you should avoid lifting your hips or dropping your head.
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