Reverse Plank Leg Raises
How to do Reverse Plank Leg Raises
1. Sit on a workout surface or mat so that your hands are placed behind you on the floor with your fingertips pointing forwards, and your legs outstretched in front of you with only your heels on the floor
2. When ready, lift your glutes off the floor, fully extend your arms, and hold a strong, straight, reverse plank position
3. Contract your lower abdominal muscles as you lift one leg off the floor up to about a 45-degree angle while keeping your balance on your hands and grounded heel
4. Lower your leg back down to the reverse plank position before repeating on the other leg
What muscles do Reverse Plank Leg Raises work?
The primary muscles used in Reverse Plank Leg Raises are the Abs. The secondary muscles used are the Obliques.