The Best Plank You’re Not Doing

The Walking
Wall Plank

Do three repetitions with 90 seconds of rest between each. And do them at the beginning of your workout before your arms wear out.

Walking wall plank


Get into the plank position, with your feet against the wall and your arms directly under your shoulders, fingers spread wide. Bring your feet up and press the soles of your shoes (or bare feet) against the wall. Breathing normally, tighten your core and hold yourself horizontally. Maintain this position for 10 seconds.

Walking wall plank


From the horizontal position, walk your feet up and your hands back toward the wall until your body is at a 45-degree angle. Engage your core again, tucking your tailbone in and squeezing your glutes. Hold for 10 seconds.

Walking wall plank


Walk your feet up (and your hands back) even farther, until just your toes are touching the wall and your shoulders are about covering your ears. This puts you into a handstand position. Hold again for 10 seconds.

Walking wall plank


Walk your legs and hands back down to stage 2 (holding for 10 seconds) then back to stage 1 (holding, again, for 10 seconds). That’s one complete rep. Give yourself a 90 second rest and then begin again.

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