Nursing school prep
Reverse Plank! The best glider exercise to use in a core and full body workout. The biggest challenges with the Reverse Plank are to prevent your hips from sagging and to maintain a straight line between your ankle and shoulders. Your abs play a role in this, but most of the work is performed by your lower back, obliques, glutes and hamstrings. You don't need any equipment or much space, and if you're short on time, you can still get an amazing workout just doing planks.
Most trainers love to suggest doing planks to work the core, and for some pretty good reasons. The classic core-stabilising move is so simple, yet so effective. Plus, unlike some other core exercises that involve bending, flexing, or twisting motions, the plank is generally considered to be really safe for most people with low-back pain. The plank is one of the best exercises for core conditioning, and it also works your glutes and hamstrings, supports proper posture.