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In the straight arm plank, you keep your abdominal core contracted to hold your body position.
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Focus on strengthening your arms with a seated bicep curl. This exercise is easy to modify for varying strength levels by adjusting amount of weight being used.
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Focus on your breathing while practicing the single arm row. Exhale as the weight comes up and inhale as the weight goes down.
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