adding back bridges to workout?

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    jf89
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    So how long long should i build up to when bridging ? Is the back bridge the only bridge exercise i should be doing? And i do planks as my last exercise ,should i bridges before or after planks at the end of a workout?

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    Robby Taylor
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    Ultimately, if you want to go beyond the back bridge, you can work towards the stand to stand bridge. I suggest working on the gecko bridge, which is one arm one leg. Now, there’s no time limit on bridging, but, anecdotally, I was able to do a gecko bridge with opposing limbs for 30 seconds per pair during my warm up routine before I even tried the stand to stand bridge.

    You can do the exercises in whichever order you find most comfortable, or you can do alternating sets.

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