8. Promotes Weight Loss and Long, Lean Appearance
If you practice Pilates regularly, it will change your body. Known for creating long, strong muscles and a leaner look; Pilates improves muscle tone, balances musculature, supports beautiful posture, and teaches you to move with ease and grace. All of these things will make you look and feel very fit. If you want to lose weight, the formula for weight loss remains the same: Burn more calories than you take in. As a full-body fitness ...
Develops Core Strength
The core muscles of the body are the deep muscles of the back, abdomen, and pelvic floor. These are the muscles we rely on to support a strong, supple back, good posture, and efficient movement patterns. When the core is strong, the frame of the body is supported. This means the neck and shoulders can relax, and the rest of the muscles and joints are freed to do their jobs. A nice little side benefit is that the core training ...
Our Team at Physio Professionals is dedicated to promoting a healthy attitude to a healthy lifestyle.
We believe that Pilates is a great way for people of all shapes, size, age and levels of fitness to get that kick-start they are waiting for, and shift your health balance in the right direction.
The benefits of Clinical Pilates are extensive it is no easy task to single out a list limiting it to only ten spread out over the next few days.
1.Pilates is Whole-Body ...
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Weakness of the gluteals (buttock muscles) can contribute to back pain or lower leg pain. This is due to abnormal forces loading the spine and lower leg due to imbalances.
Here are 2 great strengthening exercises to improve gluteal stability:
Bridging – hold for 5-10 seconds and repeat 10 times.
Clam Shells – 3 sets of 10 repetitions on each leg
Lie on side with knees bent, feet together. Ensure shoulders, hips and feet are in a straight line.
Lift top knee upward, keeping feet ...