The Front Plank Endurance Assessment is a reliable tool developed and used to evaluate core, trunk, and hip muscle strength and endurance while minimizing the load on the lumbar spine. Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test....

HOW: Lying on your back, place a weight plate on top of your lower legs with your feet together. Bring both of your arms straight up overhead. Contract your core to flatten your back, then lift both feet up off of the ground about...

HOW: Position a barbell on top of your trap muscles with a firm grip on both sides. Keep your feet about shoulder width apart. Hinge forward slightly at the hips and bend your knees performing a back squat. Once you squat down as comfortably...

HOW: Position yourself in a tall kneeling position with your back straight and your core and glutes engaged. Grab onto a band with both hands that is anchored up high. The band should be anchored in front of you. Pull it up overhead with...

HOW: Position yourself in a tall kneeling position with your back straight and your core and glutes engaged. Grab onto a band with both hands that is anchored up high. The band should be anchored behind you. Pull it up overhead and move it...

HOW: Attach a band in front of you and behind you to a strong, sturdy surface at about chest height. Stand in an athletic position with your knees slightly bent and have one band in each hand. Have your arm extended holding onto the...

HOW: Begin by lying down underneath a racked barbell. If you don’t have a squat rack, place the barbell on your hips, lift your hips into the air, and position the bar up in front of your chest. After that, one hand to the...

HOW: Begin in plank position with your forearms on the ground, flat back, and your toes pushing into the ground. From here, push into the ground with your forearms lifting your body up. Catch yourself placing your hands on the ground slightly wider than...

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