How to do a Loop Band Plank Row

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About Loop Band Plank Row

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Instructions: How To

Combining the core stabilization benefits of a plank with the upper body strength development of a row, this exercise challenges multiple muscle groups simultaneously. The loop band adds resistance to the rowing motion, increasing the engagement of the back, shoulders, and arms, while maintaining a plank position intensifies the workout for the core muscles. It's a comprehensive exercise that enhances coordination, strength, and stability.

  1. Assume a high plank position.
  2. Anchor a loop band to something close to the height of your elbow.
  3. Position yourself with your head towards the anchor point.
  4. Grip the loop band in one hand.
  5. Adjust the tension on the band by moving closer or farther from the anchor point.
  6. Keep your core engaged, and back straight to maintain proper form and posture.
  7. Engage your back, biceps and rear shoulder to pull your elbow back to your side.
  8. Hold this position for a moment before starting another rep.
  9. Switch sides.