Looking for one exercise that challenges your entire core, including four layers of your abs and your lower back? How about we we threw in the pecs, the delts and the thighs?
Introducing Swiss Ball Plank otherwise known as stability ball plank. At a 45 degree angle with the stability ball trying to move in every directions, your core must kick into over drive to keep your body stable and on top of the Swiss ball. A solid surface will never create this much core challenge and it will never give you the same results.
How to Do a Plank on A Swiss Ball?
- Kneel by the stability ball and place your forearms on center of the ball.
- Move your feet away and extend your body until you form a straight line from your ear to your feet. This is the plank position.
- Don’t push your elbow into the ball, your weight is supported by your forearm which is bent at a 90-degree angle.
- Hold this rigid position without sagging for about 30 seconds.
- Rest and repeat.
- By the time you reach a two minute mark, you’ll have a solid core.
- Don’t forget to breathe through out the plan without losing your ab control.
- Squeeze your glutes to help you prevent sagging.