Are you also tired of the stubborn belly fat that’s just not melting down irrespective of all the efforts that you have put into them? Well, we have a challenge for you! And rest assured, these will give you the result you have been looking for since long!
The plank are the ultimate full-body pose for toning your abs, back, legs, arms, and butt, all as improving your posture and stability, it helps in losing belly fat. Another reason them eclipses other strength exercises? It is super versatile you can modify them to add extra movement and get your heart rate up faster.
Enter planks. These simple workout challenge gives all the incredible benefits of a exercise, and you can do it anytime, anyplace, any way you like! Find the combination of the positions that make you feel the burn and begin doing it for 10 minutes a day.
7 Reasons to Start Doing Planks Workout daily
- Improve Body Posture
- Enhance Core Definition and Performance
- Boosts Metabolism
- Increased Flexibility
- Improve Overall Balance
- Lower Risk of Back and Spine Injury
- Beneficial in cases of anxiety and depression
A 21 Day Plank workout Challenge
Days 1-2: begin with 30 second planks of one set.
Days 3-7: Practice with 30 second planks of 2 set.(try 1 in the morning, and 1 before bed). If you can move up to 1 minute during these point, even best!
Days 8-10: growth to 2 sets of at least 60 second planks daily. Focus on keeping your form correct- it is easy to get sloppy at these point.
Days 11-15: Try a few variations! Practice a few moving planks (begin on both forearms supporting you, and then raise yourself up to balancing on your hands- beginning on your right hand first, and then your left, and then lower yourself back to your forearms. Keep reversing the order and do not quit till that 1 minute timer)
Days 16-18: Push yourself to see how far you can last. Aim for 90 seconds, than 120 etc. (but keep paying attention to your form. Do not let that butt begin floating also high!)
Days 19-21: Shake things up. Do an plank variation in the morning and an regular plank in the evening- try to beat your personal better!
How To Do A Plank
Get into pushup position on the floor. Now bend your elbows 90 degrees and rest your weight on your forearms. Keep your torso straight and rigid and your body in a straight line from ears to toes with no sagging or bending.
Your head is relaxed and you should be looking at the floor. Hold the position for as long as you can. Remember to breathe. Inhale and exhale slowly and steadily.