How to Do the Inchworm Exercise

Krista Schultz, MEd, CSCS Demonstrates the Inchworm Exercise

The inchworm is a dynamic warmup plus plus core stability exercise for opening the posterior chain muscles such as the low back, hamstrings and calf musculature. When in the position of an extended plank while doing this exercise, you work deep abdominal and low back stabilizers.

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