Exactly, I use this with every client. Not only is it a great core stability ex. from a business standpoint, it is something that most PT clients have never done anything even remotely similar to and is decievingly hard, which I feel ups my status with most new clients. It kind of shows them hey, I know things you have never even heard of that work your body in ways you have never even experienced. An it's safe and easy. I know that Gray Cook, who I am a huge follower of likes the chop and lift more, but I find the Palloff to be a very easy starting point for the less coordinated.