Create a solid high plank stance by placing your wrists under your shoulders and your toes beneath your heels.
Imagine you are locking your shoulders by screwing your fists into the ground.
Lower your chest to the ground while squeezing your shoulder blades together. To go back to the beginning position, press up through the chest.
Position your feet beneath the barbell, shoulder-width apart (this may change according on your anatomy and preferences as you gain expertise).
To reach the bar on either side of your legs, you'll need to push your torso back and hinge at the hips. Hold it with an overhand hold, using both hands.
Set your lats by squeezing your shoulder blades together, and brace your abs. Avoid craning your neck and instead keep your gaze level.
Your feet should be about shoulder-width apart, and your toes should be pointed slightly outward (this will look different for various people).
Tighten up the abs and roll the shoulders back, and maintain your chest erect while you sink the hips down and back as if you're sitting into a chair.
As you push yourself back up to a standing position, be sure to keep your glutes tight and your knees from caving in.