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How to plank A plank is one of the more fundamental moves in fitness and weight training. While some can argue its effectiveness, it remains to be a staple for beginners and advanced alike. Many ask, ‘What is the “right” way to do a plank?” In a nutshell, it’s the top position of a pushup
2020 is here! (YAY!) and Millions of people around the world are setting New Year’s Resolutions that they’ll abandon by February. I’m not trying to be a downer… just a realist. I read somewhere that ~85% of people will have abandoned their resolutions within a month. It’s a pretty sucky situation if you ask me.