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Plank Exercise: Proper Form and Common Problems

The plank is a great transversus abdominis exercise for core stability in runners and other athletes. In this video Dr. Kari Brown Budde narrates the plank basics as well as highlighting some common improper forms for the plank exercise.

PLANK EXERCISE: PROPER FORM AND COMMON PROBLEMS – By Dr. Kari Brown Budde of RefindRun

Written By: Dr. Kari Brown Budde

Dr. Kari Brown Budde, PT, DPT, SCS is a board certified Sports Physical Therapist, specializing in video running gait analysis. She practices locally in the Columbus, OH area and online at www.RefinedRun.com

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