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What are the benefits of reverse plank

krishna murthy
It has the potential to benefit even the strongest athletes. Read on to know more about its benefits.
The reverse plank involves supporting your weight on your hands with your belly button pointing upwards and your heels resting on the floor.
This exercise activates your core muscles, triceps, and biceps, as well as a whole host of muscle groups down the backside of your body.
The reverse plank focuses on your posterior muscles like the hamstrings, glutes, and lower back muscles.
The positioning of a reverse plank also helps to improve shoulder mobility.
The reverse plank is a versatile body weight exercise that you can practice at home.
It is also a great move to do at the end of a long day — especially if you spend most of it seated or hunched over a computer.
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