Prone-Plank Jumping Jack Push-Up


Agility is the ability to change direction (COD) rapidly, which improves both game-specific movement and fitness simultaneously.

Prone-Plank Jumping Jack Push-Up

Develops core strength, while promoting upper and lower torso stability. 

Assume an elevated prone plank position with arms extended in close-in position and legs shoulder width apart. Simultaneously, push the arms to a wide push-up position, while spreading the legs during a “jumping-jack” movement. Perform one push-up. Then return to the starting position. Try 5 to 10. Breathe normally.

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