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  • If you’re participating in Matwork classes and doing Private or Group Training on the Pilates equipment, there are many Pilates equipment exercises that can help you find the right muscles and improve your technique to make your Roll Up easier. But what if you’re only doing Matwork?

    The pilates is a pilates exercise that primarily targets the abs and to a lesser degree also targets the obliques, groin, chest, neck, traps, shoulders, biceps, forearms, quads, calves, triceps, lats, middle back, lower back, glutes, hamstrings, hip flexors, and outer thighs.

  • Feasting on rich, heavy food and drinking with friends and family can lead to some serious post-Thanksgiving bloat. While we may not feel like doing a full-on workout, the best thing we can do for our bodies over the holiday is to keep moving. Low-impact exercises are great for digestion and kicking your body out of full-belly sleep mode! Here are 5 Pilates Exercises to De-Bloat and Detox after Thanksgiving.

    I came across this great quick reference chart of Pilates exercises, and wanted to share it, because, as always – I’m a firm believer that a strong core is the first step to a strong body, and Pilates is a GREAT way to get there.

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    The Beginning Mat Routine focuses on abdominal and lower-back strength, correct alignment, proper breathing, muscle lengthening and balance.

    - An explanation of the six main principles of Pilates Matwork - A brief history of Joseph Pilates and the development of the Pilates Exercises. - Beautifully colored illustrations depicting proper execution of each exercise.

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    Laminated 24" x 36"

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    The Beginning Mat Routine focuses on abdominal and lower-back strength, correct alignment, proper breathing, muscle lengthening and balance.

    - An explanation of the six main principles of Pilates Matwork - A brief history of Joseph Pilates and the development of the Pilates Exercises. - Beautifully colored illustrations depicting proper execution of each exercise.

    Included on this poster:

    Laminated 24" x 36"





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    Description With this poster, you'll learn the "Pilates Five" abdominal series, as well as over 16 other classic Pilates exercises that train all areas of your body for maximum benefit. These exercises are for developing core strength, better......
     
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    Description Designed for the experienced Pilates enthusiast, this 21 exercise advanced routine is used by athletes and dancers to improve performance. The whole body will feel and look its' best once this highly effective and fun routine is mastered......

    Pilates is a type of fitness system that consists of movement exercises that are designed to tone the body, strengthen the muscles, increase flexibility and agility, improve posture, and heighten concentration skills. The movements require physical control, mental focus, and special breathing that’s supposed to help your mind and body work together. Pilates exercises can be performed on a mat, where you create resistance using your own body weight and sometimes simple equipment like resistance bands. The first step in learning Pilates is learning some basic poses, and from there you can move on to more advanced positions and learn new movements. Some of the movements are performed on your back, while others are done on your stomach, your side, or in plank position, while others still are performed sitting or standing.

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Individuals with significant back problems may benefit from several one-on-one Pilates sessions with a qualified Pilates instructor. While more expensive than a group class or mat class, the time, money, and effort devoted to learning the exercises correctly can be well worth the investment, as exercises performed incorrectly can make a back problem worse. Initially, twice-a-week sessions tend to be helpful to learn the program more quickly. After that, weekly Pilates exercise sessions may be enough if the individual practices between sessions.