Exercise Guide

Reverse Plank Between Two Chairs

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Latissimus Dorsi, Lower Back, Teres Muscles, Deltoids, Glutes
Triceps, Trapezius, Rectus Abdominis, Hamstrings, Calves
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required:Seat
optional:Exercise Ball
level:Normal
type:Strength - isometric
Variations available (4)
Starting PositionExecution

General And Specifics

Starting Position

  • sit down between two chairs, which are about shoulder width apart
  • position the upper arms on the seat areas (triceps down)
  • the arms need to be in a 90 degree angle to the upper body
  • the forearms point to the ceiling
  • stretch out the legs

Correct Execution

  • now lift the hip and bring your body into a line from head to toes
  • hold this static position for 10-20 seconds, do not let the hip sink down
  • afterwards, lower the hip and go on to the next rep

tip for the workout

  • it becomes harder, if you put your feet on a third chair or on a gym ball
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