Pilates is a secret fitness weapon of professional dancers and athletes. This particular exercise will help lengthen the spine, increase body awareness, build muscle tone, improve flexibility and balance also repair past injuries, chronic stress, improve abs, buns thighs and arms. When combined with other natural movements and exercise such as boxing, yoga, dance, weight training, gymnastics, or any sport. Pilates will make you feel stronger and more energized, centered and physically confident than ever before.
Pilates is a controlled resistance exercise designed to strengthen and stretch muscles and open up joints. Movements are highly precise and proper control and form for maximum results. This is a great exercise that has shown prime importance in the alleviation of back pain and rehabilitation of many musculoskeletal problems. Breathing is very important with exercise movement, balance and co-ordination. Through out the years Pilates mat work exercises help lumbar instability, muscle imbalance and adverse neural tension.
What is the difference between Pilates and Yoga? Pilates requires you to set a posture and then challenge the torso by moving the limbs in a repetitious manner. Yoga moves from one static posture to the next with no repetitions. Pilates is a unique system of body conditioning that stretches and strengthens the muscle.
- Improves the mind and body awareness
- Increase strength and improves balance
- Posture and alignment
- Improves stability and joint mobility
- Reduces incidence of strain and injury
- Boost the immune system
- Improves the functioning of the respiratory system
- Improves bone density
- Increased sense of well being
- Relieves pain, stiffness and tension
We can luxuriate in the movement, as we enjoy more and more the sensations of getting into our bodies, and away from our visual organs. Letting go of bad patterns of posture and muscle tension becomes and exciting possibility!
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