Reverse plank leg abduction

Level: 1 2 3

Back, Hips, Glutes

Starting position:

Ground facing the anchor point

Strap length:

Mid-calf length

Functional classification:



Lying on your back, arms out diagonally with palms up. Feet in straps, above body level, legs straight.
Lift your pelvis;
Do abduction;
Lower the pelvis.
Strong active plank

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

The retraction of the legs in the reverse plank of the 1st level on the functional hinges of the FISIO.

This is a coordination exercise that activates the muscles of the hips, buttocks and back. This exercise is a lightweight version, where the pelvis is lowered down and the hands are on the floor for greater stability of the body, which allows you to perform this exercise regardless of the level of physical fitness.

The gluteus maximus, together with the muscles of the posterior surface of the thigh, actively work when lifting the pelvis and fix it at the top point, connecting the muscles of the back to stabilize the body. Then the middle and small gluteal muscles are involved in the work, helping the inner and outer muscles of the thigh to withdraw the legs and return them to their original position.

This is an excellent exercise to strengthen the muscles of the back and buttocks.