Step 1

• Begin in a plank position. Brace your core and maintain a neutral spine. • Slowly walk your hands out in front of you until you are in a high plank position with your arms straight. • Hold the plank position for a few seconds, keeping your core tight and your hips level. • Walk your hands back towards your feet and return to the starting position. • Avoid arching or rounding your back during the movement. • Engage your core throughout the exercise to maintain stability and prevent excessive spinal movement. Feel cue: You should feel this exercise working your core, shoulders, and upper back muscles.

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