Thought it was but it isn't...I think I am going to request that it is brought in.
Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
Don't forget to play!
You know all those pictures of Adam and Eve where they have belly button? Think about it..................... take as long as you need........................
I'm late to the party, but wanted to say I liked your article Coach Palfrey!
I used to do planks, on occasion, but I've come to believe that the key to worthwhile core strength (meaning the type we want to develop to become more functional humans) is to teach ourselves to maintain healthy spinal posture while doing other exercises, especially exercises that mimic things we might do in real life. So I consider maintaining excellent spinal posture during squatting, deadlifting, OH pressing, farmer's walks, carrying a sandbag on your shoulders, doing a kettlebell clean, etc, to be the key to developing truly useful core strength.
I guess I'd say that one should be "doing abs" throughout the entire workout, without ever doing a single exercise that most would consider an ab exercise.
This is counter-intuitive in our current fitness culture. Thanks for bringing it up and making us all think about it a bit.
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