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GOJETA Posts: 192
3/18/13 6:33 P

Thank you!
I don't have a problem holding it for a minute or so but to do a ton of them would kill me:)

PCOLAGATOR Posts: 298
3/18/13 5:42 P

The rest of the exercises are suppose to be 3 sets of 15 reps. You hold the plank for however long you can and that's the one set. You then do it 2 more times in the workout

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3/18/13 5:08 P

I don't think that one exercise move is meant to be 45 minutes long. I looked at what they wrote and I am assuming that one rep would be one set. So, if you can't hold for 3 min., do up to 15 of the planks holding each one for 30 seconds each time.

GOJETA Posts: 192
3/18/13 4:41 P

if you follow those directions of holding a plank for 3 minutes and they want you to do 2 sets of 15...3minutes x 15 is 45 minutes just for one set?!? doesnt make sense.

Edited by: GOJETA at: 3/18/2013 (16:41)
FIELDWORKING SparkPoints: (28,467)
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3/18/13 3:57 P

I'm not sure I understand what you are asking.

GOJETA Posts: 192
3/18/13 3:16 P

A sparkpeople generated workout says to hold a plank for 30seconds-3 minutes and to do 2 sets of 15??? Same for the Superman.

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