A regular plank is not enough for you anymore. Make it harder by adding a row to work your back and core all at once.
Quick Tip: Set your feet shoulder-width apart or wider to start so you can balance. As you get stronger, move your stance in.
How To Do It:
Plank Dumbbell Row
- Get Set – Get into pushup position with your hands holding on to a pair of dumbbells with a neutral (palms-facing) grips. Keep your back flat and brace your core.
- Keeping your hips and shoulders level, row one dumbbell to your side. Begin by drawing your shoulder blade back. Alternate side on each rep.