Do you want to feel secure, strong and well-balanced? Make Pilates a part of your life and experience the youthful energy.
Pilates is one of the most popular forms of exercise all over the world. Millions of people swear by it and many have testified that after several sessions of Pilates, the aches and pains that used to plague them, diminished and disappeared.
Unlike other forms of training such as running, weight lifting, kickboxing, etc. Pilates is a low-impact exercise that most people can do well into their senior years. That makes it fantastic for older adults who wish to stay active and fit. As one ages, the high-impact sports and activities that require a lot of exertion become torturous. The human body can only handle so much impact and training as it ages. We must change our style of training accordingly.
Most people, young and old, lead highly sedentary lifestyles. This inevitably leads to weaker bodies and misalignments. The muscles and joints are weaker due to lack of use. Like they say, if you don’t use it, you’ll lose it. The problem is exacerbated as one ages. Muscle atrophy, imbalances in the body, etc. can cause aches, pains and other degenerative health issues.
Pilates can remedy and even reverse many of these problems. It has stood the test of time (almost a hundred years). Since Pilates is a low-impact exercise, you can do it daily and feel refreshed and rejuvenated. What matters is that you get started today.
What You’ll Learn
- Discover How Activity Promotes Longevity
- The History Of Pilates
- What Exactly Is Pilates? Should I Be Doing It?
- The Benefits Of Pilates
- Control & Focus/Concentration
- Fluidity In Movement & Strong Core
- Deep Breathing
- Better Muscle Tone
- Improved Balance And Flexibility
- Steps Before Beginning Pilates
- Find A Good Instructor
- Being Patient & Being Consistent
- Choose The Right Center
- Dress Comfortably & Eat Light
- Always Use A Mat
- What To Expect In A First Session
- 4 Fantastic Pilates Moves To Do
- The Hundred & Spine Twist
- Side Kick & Leg Pull Front
- Avoiding Common Pitfalls
- Not Breathing Correctly
- Not Sucking In The Abdominals
- Rushing Through The Moves
- Lack Of Control & Too Much Momentum
- Making Exercise/Pilates Part Of Lifestyle
- Advanced Stuff – Taking Things Up A Notch
- Using A Reformer
- Use Resistance Bands And Swiss Balls
- And Much More!
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Let’s learn more about this training method that would strengthen bodies, boost stamina, increase energy levels, promote flexibility and increase balance.
Pilates has stood the test of time. It is not a passing trend that will diminish in popularity as time goes by. The reason that it’s still around after so long is because it is effective and millions have benefitted from it. Dancers, athletes and injured soldiers have all used Pilates to heal and strengthen their bodies. It works and there’s no doubt about it.
There are many new trends and fitness movements that are hyped up and branded to make people think that these forms of training are the latest and greatest’ methods around. In reality, it’s the same old techniques and concepts packaged with a slight twist in order to seem new…
Most people have a weak midsection. The core muscles are not strong and therefore the body is not balanced or stable. It leads to poor posture, a protruding gut, back aches and shoulder and neck pains. The body works synergistically and when one part is weak, the other body parts take up the slack to compensate. By doing so, those body parts are taxed over and above what is required which explains why they get sore over time…
By doing Pilates, they’ll be working several muscles groups in the body and also perspire in the process. That essentially means that they are heating up the body. When you do this, your metabolism increases and you have more energy. Doing a Pilates workout upon waking is one of the best habits a senior could cultivate. They will feel more energetic for the rest of the day.
Get these 12 exclusive, step-by-step video tutorials that’ll teach you how to get started with Pilates and how you can benefit greatly by making Pilates a part of your life.