Melissa Wood-Tepperberg’s 3-Minute Sculpting Plank Series for a Stronger Body

The fitness coach regularly encourages fans to incorporate some movement into their busy daily routines.
Melissa Wood-Tepperberg.

Melissa Wood-Tepperberg.


It’s back to school season, and somehow—school or not—this time of the year always seems to a bit busier than the rest. So whether you are pressed for time, cramped for space or you’re looking for a new quick full-body routine to work into a larger workout set, consider taking a look at Melissa Wood-Tepperberg’s simple at-home routines.

The workout and wellness leader recently shared an easy full-body set that anyone can make time for, no matter how busy the day. She posted the three-minute plank routine to her TikTok page, demonstrating each move in a fabulous vibrant green sports bra and biker short set. In typical fashion, Wood-Tepperberg performed the routine using just a mat and her body weight in the middle of her living room, proving you don’t need a gym and extensive equipment to get some good movement in.

The workout began with a gentle plank walk out and quick plank hold. From there, the she moved into plank rocks, moving back and forth on her toes 10 times. Then, Wood-Tepperberg performed 10 alternating side planks and five downward dog rolls.

“Some minutes of movement are better than NO minutes,” Wood-Tepperberg wrote on the clip, highlighting the importance of movement if only for a short amount of time during the day.

Though the fall can be busy, it’s important to remember that having a short bit of time dedicated to movement can be a mind and body game-changer. Follow Wood-Tepperberg’s lead and try this short plank routine for some daily strength.

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Martha Zaytoun

MARTHA ZAYTOUN

Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.