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Do the T9 Countdown – Day 6: Show Off Your Perfect Plank!

Countdown to Title IX Anniversary

Day 6: Show Off Your Perfect Plank!

Yes, it hurts.  No, it’s not going to kill ya.  You’re simply using every muscle in your body to keep it perfectly straight.  Piece of cake, right?

Title Nine Feats of Strength - Plank

A little T9 afternoon planking. Remember, form is key.
Stay on your elbows and no slouching or pyramid booties!

The Challenge:  We want to see what you can do! Take a picture of yourself doing a perfect plank on your elbows and hold it for as long as you possibly can.  Remember to breathe!  Then post your picture and/or your time and be entered to win! Don’t wait, get entered>

The Payoff: One winner will be selected to receive a limited edition Power of 9 Tee of her choice and a Title Nine water bottle.  Keep in mind, we give points for location, creativity, and keeping it Title IX. Need an added incentive?  One of our T9ers held her plank for 10 minutes!

Countdown to Title IX Anniversary - Prizes

*Prize awarded based on availability – a substitute prize of equal or greater value may be awarded.

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. Callie #

    Summer Solstice pool planking! Lost track of time when my 3 year old tried to climb up on the diving board…

    June 20, 2012
    • aclerget #

      Congratulations, Callie! You are our Day 6 Challenge Winner! Gotta love a daring Mom who takes a moment to prove she knows how to plank! Enjoy your new Power of 9 Tee and Water Bottle :)

      June 21, 2012
  2. Alice #

    When I asked my mom to take this photo, she shared with my children the story of her track team not being allowed to compete because the school already fielded a boys’ team. (Years of driving me to basketball and volleyball meets had not spurred this story. ) My son was properly horrified and my daughters are pleased that they won’t have that problem.

    June 20, 2012
  3. James R. #

    2 minutes in full gear.

    June 20, 2012
    • T9- PA #

      Love it!

      June 20, 2012

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