GYM: Side Plank Tuck to ‘T’

Side Plank Tuck to ‘T’  Start in the side plank position with a dumbbell in your top hand, extended overhead. You should be looking at the dumbbell. As you bring the dumbbell down and tuck it under the side of your body, look over your support arm shoulder. Your hips should remain perpendicular to the floor. Any rotation should take place in the thoracic (upper) spine. It is best to start light to be sure your shoulders are stable. Start with one round of 10 and eventual work up to 3 rounds.



Side Plank Tuck to ‘T’  Start in the side plank position with a dumbbell in your top hand, extended overhead. You should be looking at the dumbbell. As you bring the dumbbell down and tuck it under the side of your body, look over your support arm shoulder. Your hips should remain perpendicular to the floor. Any rotation should take place in the thoracic (upper) spine. It is best to start light to be sure your shoulders are stable. Start with one round of 10 and eventual work up to 3 rounds.



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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.



Side Plank Tuck to ‘T’

Start in the side plank position with a dumbbell in your top hand, extended overhead. You should be looking at the dumbbell.

As you bring the dumbbell down and tuck it under the side of your body, look over your support arm shoulder. Your hips should remain perpendicular to the floor. Any rotation should take place in the thoracic (upper) spine.

It is best to start light to be sure your shoulders are stable. Start with one round of 10 and eventually work up to 3 rounds.


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