First, let me ask you a question…

What do we do the plank for?

If you answered for core stability then you’re correct 🙂

What is core stability though?

It’s the ability to stabilize the spine.

So when we are talking about the plank and it’s purpose, it’s an anti-extension exercise.

Meaning if we over arch our lower back we are actually performing the plank wrong.

Or in other words…

If you feel any pain in your lower back during the plank you’re performing it wrong.

So how do you do it right?

In the video above I’m going to show you a little trick I learnt in the RKC that helps you perform the plank correctly (and prevent lower back pain).

Enjoy 🙂

About The Author

Grant Lofthouse

Grant Lofthouse is the creator of the Girls Who Lift program which is a dependable and consistent strength and nutrition system that breaks your fat loss, muscle building and strength plateaus by customizing your program beyond the typical ‘eat less and move more’ model. He has clients in every state of Australia and regularly acts as an online coach to girls who lift.