Planks and Gluten Free Pizza Crust
One of my favorite exercises ever is any form of a plank. Planks work the entire body when done correctly. This exercise is plank diagonal knee which engages the core, strengthens the arms and shoulders, and keeps the heart rate up. I start in high plank position and then bring one knee toward the opposite arm and then alternate. I focus on a steady pace, good control and alignment. I usually do 2-3 sets of 20 within my workouts.
It was just one of those nights when I wanted pizza. I worked so hard on my planks this week, so I thought I would splurge. I came so close to ordering Mellow Mushroom but I decided to create my own. Earlier in the week I bought the gluten-free crusts. I have never tried it with pizza so this was a first. I found turkey pepperoni, sweet baby bell peppers, onion, mozzarella and fresh basil for the toppings. This was so easy to put together, I just sliced and diced it all and baked for about 15-20 minutes. I enjoyed the crust. It was thin and crispy just like I love.
Would you plank for pizza? Show me your most creative plank and tag me on twitter or Instagram at @nthefitzone.
Posted on October 1, 2013, in Exercises, Moves I Love, Recipes, Uncategorized and tagged ab workout, abs, Cook, core, core workout, Gluten, Gluten Free, gluten free crust, gluten free pizza, Gluten-free diet, homemade pizza, Mellow Mushroom, pilates, Pizza, planking, planks, powerhouse, workout. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.