1. Lay on your side on a soft workout surface with your lower elbow and forearm on the floor (running perpendicular with your body), your lower hip resting on the floor and your legs straight out below with one leg on top of the other
2. Your top hand should rest comfortably on the side of your head with your elbow pointing upwards
3. When ready, brace your core and elevate your lower hip from the floor so that now only your lower elbow, forearm, and the edge of your lower foot are in contact with the floor
4. Rotate your body so that your upper elbows comes all the way down to hover about 1 inch from the floor before rotating back upwards to the starting position
The primary muscles used in Side Plank Rotations are the Abs. The secondary muscles used are the Obliques and Shoulders.