Extended Arm Child Pose Exercise Guide
Extended Arm Child Pose is a bodyweight exercise that works your abs, traps, deltoids, lats, rear deltoids and side deltoids.
Extended Arm Child Pose is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your back, core, neck, shoulders, upper back, upper body and waist.
It requires no equipment to do.
How to do Extended Arm Child Pose
From half push-up, bring your tailbone back toward your heels. Keeps your arms straight. Reach through your arms.
Learn how to do extended arm child pose from this step-by-step illustrations:
The muscles used for extended arm child pose may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for extended arm child pose are:
- Rear Deltoids
- Side Deltoids
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|Type(s)||Bodyweight, Calisthenic, Strength, Compound|
|Muscles Worked||Abdominals, Trapezius, Biceps Brachii, Deltoids, Latissimus Dorsi, Lateral Deltoids, Posterior Deltoids|
|Difficulty Level(s)||Basic, Easy|
|Equipment||No Equipment, Mat|
|Location||At Gym, At Home, Outdoor|
|Major Exercise||Child Pose|
|Target muscle(s)||Abs, Traps, Deltoids, Lats, Rear Deltoids, Side Deltoids|