You’re probably used to hitting your abs while lying down. But this plan of attack works your obliques while you’re face down instead. Welcome to plank hip dips.
Start in a forearm plank position: resting on your toes and forearms, with your hands spread wide against the floor; your abs tight; and your neck, backside and hips forming a straight line.
Get 30 seconds on the clock. Then drop your hips to the right, then left, then right, then left, forming an arc while keeping your forearms and toes in place.
Take a break in child’s pose, then go for another round or two of 30 seconds. Plank hip dips will tighten your core in no time!