PLANK WITH LEGS ELEVATED ON SWISS BALL ⎮ Stability Ball Plank Exercise Tutorial ⎮ PLANKMAS DAY 14


Hi guys. My name’s Amanda Louise. I am a physical therapist and personal trainer,
which means I help women just like you get in the best shape of your life. In today’s video, we’re going to do a plank
with legs on the Swiss ball. It’s a super fun plank, but it takes a lot
of core stability and balance, and it really works your hip flexors. If you’re ready, let’s have a look at that
one. Okay. Okay. Okay. Let maybe honest here. The most difficult thing about this plank
with the legs elevated on the Swiss ball is getting your legs up on the Swiss ball and
into a plank. But my technique that I showed right here
is what I have the most luck with. Put one leg up, come into a plank on your
hands, and then lift the last leg up. Once you’re here, it’s still pretty challenging. The ball is unstable and the battle is to
keep that posterior pelvic tilt and your knees straight and your hands right under your shoulders
and your shoulders active the whole entire time. Stay up as long as you can or for as long
as you want to. Try and really focus on your form, try and
focus on your balance. Then when you want to come down, step down
like I showed you right here. That is the plank with legs elevated on this
Swiss ball. I hope you’re going to go and give this one
a try because it really, really works your core, your hip flexors, your balance, everything. I love this one and I think you will, too. That’s all for me today. Make sure you check out the Plankmas Challenge
on my Instagram. This is day number 14, so we only have today
and then 10 days left. I hope you’re going to come plank with me
over on Instagram. Anyway, that’s all from me today. My name is Amanda Louise. I am a physical therapist and personal trainer. That means I help women just like you get
in the best shape of your life. Remember to train right and stay fit. Bye.

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