Micheline B Did it but I found it hard
This challenge will help you to hold the plank pose from 20 seconds to 5 minutes in 30 days! Plank exercises are a popular element of isometric training, which involves contracting your muscles against stationary resistance. It will work you upper abs, your lower abs, your obliques and your lower back. You will feel your core getting stronger. It is hard, it works your entire body, but the results are noticeable!
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Simple step by step guide on how to do the plank pose : http://tribesports.com/exercises/plank
To see cool graphs of your progress, log your plank times here everyday using the green [+ ADD A TRAINING SESSION] button on the right column.
30 Day Plank Challenge - From 20 Sec to 5 Mins! Challenge rules
- Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.
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“This was a great challenge for me as I have lower back weakness. I think the Pilates helped my back. I was thrilled to complete the challenge in less than a week!”
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Amanda C decided to start over..not completing like a want, but doing equal in bridge as well..maybe that will help 1/30
Kevin R This wasn't my best day doing this challenge I'm on day 15 and I couldn't get it together but I'm gone keep working at it
Amanda C took a day rest yesterday(i kno i know suppose to be by the schedule)needed to but I completed day of 10/30
Amanda C 9 1/2 i couldn't to day..my arms and back after proper push ups..lol I'm not done..only able to do it in sets..I will try again tomorrow
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I know we should be following the chart, but some people can do more than 20 Secs of Planking.
Is it okay to go beyond what is given? For example today I went 1 minute and 5 seconds, and would it be okay to say, rest for x number of minutes and d...
Kevin G encouraged this.
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!