-This video demonstrates a way to check if
your form is correct when performing a
-A front plank is an "anti-extension" trunk
("core") exercise that is frequently done
-When checking your form, contact with a
stick (dowel, body bar, etc.) should be
made at three locations: head, mid-spine,
and upper buttocks.
-This ensures that you are not in anterior
pelvic tilt, thus increasing your risk for
injury to your spine.
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