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Wall Walk Out

Wall Walk Out exercise targets your shoulders and core. Start standing, walk your hands out to a plank position, then back to standing for improved strength, stability, and flexibility.
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Wall Walk Out instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand about two to three feet away from a wall, facing towards it.
2
Place your hands on the wall at shoulder height.
3
Lean forwards into the wall, keeping your body straight and your core engaged.
4
Walk your hands down the wall as far as you can comfortably while keeping your body in a straight line. Depending on your strength and flexibility, your goal might be to walk your palms to the floor.
5
After reaching your lowest point, reverse the movement, walking your hands back up the wall to the initial position.
Stand about two to three feet away from a wall, facing towards it.
Place your hands on the wall at shoulder height.
Lean forwards into the wall, keeping your body straight and your core engaged.
Walk your hands down the wall as far as you can comfortably while keeping your body in a straight line. Depending on your strength and flexibility, your goal might be to walk your palms to the floor.
After reaching your lowest point, reverse the movement, walking your hands back up the wall to the initial position.
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