Plank Pose

Plank Pose (Phalakasana) is a balancing yoga pose that tones all the muscles of the body through endurance and stamina training. Using the arms for balance, Plank Pose tones the abdominal muscles while strengthening the arms and spine in a push-up like position. To practice the Plank Pose, begin on your hands and knees and press down through your forearms and hands until you lift up into a lifted position. Pull your pelvic muscles toward your spine while you gaze at a space between your hands. Hold the pose for five breaths.

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The typical Plank Pose has an overall height of and body length of . An average Plank Pose weighs between and has a typical lifespan of .
Side elevation drawings of a man and woman in Yoga Plank Pose with diagram lines showing ideal posture

Plank Pose (Phalakasana) is a balancing yoga pose that tones all the muscles of the body through endurance and stamina training. Using the arms for balance, Plank Pose tones the abdominal muscles while strengthening the arms and spine in a push-up like position. To practice the Plank Pose, begin on your hands and knees and press down through your forearms and hands until you lift up into a lifted position. Pull your pelvic muscles toward your spine while you gaze at a space between your hands. Hold the pose for five breaths.

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Sanskrit Name: Phalakasana
Benefits (Physical): Strengthens and tones core muscles of the body
Benefits (Core): Strength and stability
Modifications: Place palms onto rolled edge of mattress if they are sore
Variations: Lower knees to the floor, deepen pose by lifting individual legs

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Yoga Plank Pose side elevation (Male & Female)

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