- Rolling Plank Exercise:
The rolling plank trains the muscles around your abdomen, hip, and lower back.
How To Do
Position yourself on the floor with your knees and elbows resting on the ground.
Keep your neck aligned with your spine. Look forward.
Lift the knees up and support your legs on the toes.
Contract your knees and keep breathing normally.
This is the plank pose. Stay in this posture for 30 seconds.
Now, start moving to and fro for the next 30 seconds. This is the rolling plank exercise.
Lie down on the floor sideways.
Support yourself on your right elbow and right leg. Your elbow should be perpendicular to the shoulder, and the left leg should be above the right leg, keeping them together.
Keep your knees straight. Your hips should not be touching the ground.
Hold this position for 30 seconds. Once you get comfortable, you may hold this for one to two minutes.
Repeat on the other side too.
While you are in this position, you may also lift the leg on the top and bring it down again. This makes the exercise more effective – it works not only your abs, but also your thighs and hips.
Knee plank, rocking plank, reverse plank.
Plank is a strenuous exercise, and you might feel like holding your breath while performing it. But don’t do that, as you might suffer from nausea or dizziness.