GYM: High Plank Dumbbell Pull Over

High Plank Dumbbell Pull Over Start in a high plank position with a dumbbell set outside of one hand. Reach across with your opposite hand, grasp the dumbbell and pull it to the opposite side. Set the dumbbell on the floor and place your hand inside the dumbbell. Repeat on the opposite side. Continue this sequence for a total of 12 repetitions. Rest and repeat. Be sure to maintain a neutral spine. There should be no hinging at your hips or twisting. Your core should be engaged without holding your breath.



High Plank Dumbbell Pull Over Start in a high plank position with a dumbbell set outside of one hand. Reach across with your opposite hand, grasp the dumbbell and pull it to the opposite side. Set the dumbbell on the floor and place your hand inside the dumbbell. Repeat on the opposite side. Continue this sequence for a total of 12 repetitions. Rest and repeat. Be sure to maintain a neutral spine. There should be no hinging at your hips or twisting. Your core should be engaged without holding your breath.



High Plank Dumbbell Pull Over Start in a high plank position with a dumbbell set outside of one hand. Reach across with your opposite hand, grasp the dumbbell and pull it to the opposite side. Set the dumbbell on the floor and place your hand inside the dumbbell. Repeat on the opposite side. Continue this sequence for a total of 12 repetitions. Rest and repeat. Be sure to maintain a neutral spine. There should be no hinging at your hips or twisting. Your core should be engaged without holding your breath.



High Plank Dumbbell Pull Over Start in a high plank position with a dumbbell set outside of one hand. Reach across with your opposite hand, grasp the dumbbell and pull it to the opposite side. Set the dumbbell on the floor and place your hand inside the dumbbell. Repeat on the opposite side. Continue this sequence for a total of 12 repetitions. Rest and repeat. Be sure to maintain a neutral spine. There should be no hinging at your hips or twisting. Your core should be engaged without holding your breath.



QUICKREAD

Allen Russell is a certified personal trainer at Crossroads Fitness Centers. For information on training with Allen or to learn more, text “perform” to 77094. Pictured: Kelsey Schlagel.



High Plank Dumbbell Pull Over

Start in a high plank position with a dumbbell set outside of one hand.

Reach across with your opposite hand, grasp the dumbbell and pull it to the opposite side. Set the dumbbell on the floor and place your hand inside the dumbbell. Repeat on the opposite side.

Continue this sequence for a total of 12 repetitions. Rest and repeat.

Be sure to maintain a neutral spine.

There should be no hinging at your hips or twisting. Your core should be engaged without holding your breath.


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