We all know that Pilates is one of the most popular methods of conditioning out there, whether it’s to be to help with back pain, helping to prevent the chance of injury or just to feel better Pilates is more popular than ever.
Unfortunately many people out there are still not getting anywhere near as much benefit from their Pilates classes and in some cases people believe Pilates “doesn’t work”. The main reason for this is that people are simply not doing it right.
I am not actually referring to the exercises themselves not being done right, there are many other important aspects people are not aware of which makes them lose the benefit of Pilates.
By simply turning up to a class and doing ‘the hundred’ (or any other classical Pilates move) doesn’t mean you are doing Pilates properly!
Here are 4 tips that will be able to help you:
These are just a few things that we could focus on to get the best results from our Pilates classes. If you feel like you are struggling to get results from your Pilates, contact us for a free 15 minute talk today and we will give as much guidance as we can.
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About the author
I am a Manual Therapist covering a range of different disciplines including massage & Biomechanics. I also run small specialist Pilates classes around Corfe Mullen, Broadstone, Wareham, Wimborne & Poole. Instead of just purely rubbing the pain, I always look to see if I can find a potential cause (or causes of the pain) and then work on treating this.
Pilates Instructor & Therapist, helping you understand why we do what we do!