Plank + Leg Jacks (in-out) Exercise

4.3M

Plank exercises are effective for abs muscles specifically. Plank Leg jacks exercise is a Plyometric workout that needs to be done carefully as it includes quick and powerful movements. Along with developing the core and lower body muscles these plank leg jacks help in losing weight and burning fats. Plank workout targets your upper body, shoulders, arms, back, spine, lower body muscles, core, thighs and legs. It is a complete body workout to build strength, trim your waist, lose weight and provide stability for regular tasks throughout the day. You can easily reach your fitness goals through perform plank exercise regularly.

Plank + Leg Jacks (in-out) Exercise - Step 1

Step 1

Begin in a prone plank position with your arms straight under your chest, about shoulder width apart.

Plank + Leg Jacks (in-out) Exercise - Step 2

Step 2

Now jump your legs apart to the sides and then jump them back together. Repeat this motion for 20-60s seconds. Keep your abs tight and your hips inline with your spine for the duration of the exercise.

Related Articles

Exercises img

Five Simple Workouts for Bikini Abs
by Mamie Silver | April 11, 2015

Confidence is sexy. Women and men have both admitted that, but confidence is ...

Exercises img

Five Ab Exercise Mistakes You're Pr
by Amber Racer | April 08, 2015

Are you making these common ab-crunching mistakes? Everyone wants gorgeous ...

Exercises img

Top Five Core Strength Exercises fo
by Mamie Silver | March 28, 2015

You hear about “core strength” and you automatically think about abs. In ...

Exercises img

The Answer to Sculpted Abs? Pilates
by Caleb Palmquist | March 24, 2015

Surprise: Doing standard crunches is probably not be the most effective way ...

Exercises img

6 Ways to Get Awesome Abs without C
by Christian Heftel | March 16, 2015

If you’re like a lot of people, you want to keep your abs toned, but ...

Exercises img

Multitasking Moves! Workouts That T
by Debra Ferris | March 14, 2015

At times, you want to focus on specific areas of the body, and two of the ...

comments powered by Disqus