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The best time to rock the plank is at the end of your workout.

"It forces your abdominal muscles to kick in when you're getting tired, which is the time you need core stability the most
1. Start by lying facedown with your elbows directly under your shoulders and your forearms and palms flat on the floor.
2. Tighten your abs, press your forearms into the floor and squeeze your glutes as you pop up onto your toes, forming a straight line from your head to your feet.
3. Don't let your glutes stick up or sag -- and don't forget to breathe -- as you hold this position for up to a minute.

(3 sets for 60 seconds)
Front Plank t.co/D0K5Ga1

Edited by: MSMEME29 at: 8/18/2011 (00:20)

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