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To help my dance teacher Anna return to greater mobility following a spinal fracture, I introduced her to the Leaning Plank exercises I had been developing. She’d been in pain and inactive for a few months. We were at her oceanside home at Sea Ranch. From the kitchen counter we could watch the coastal cypress
"This one exercise does it all," said Anna, my dance teacher, as she demonstrated a plank position against her studio wall. "Stand tall, Suki. Lean. Bring in your belly (toward your backbone) so you stay straight. Hold. Can't you feel your core strengthening? Now try some push-ups. Can you feel how your back strength connects to your core?"
I was skeptical that the Leaning Plank could be the Swiss Army knife of exercise until I began exploring its seemingly endless variations.