Intro to Pilates

Intro to Pilates

Pilates is a great way to strengthen and tone your core, improve your posture, and increase flexibility. Whether you’re a beginner or pro we got you covered! Each of these workouts challenge you, help you reach your fitness goals and can be done at home. Get ready to feel stronger and more limber while having fun at the same time! It’s time to get moving on your Pilates journey. Let’s get started!

Workout 1: The Hundred. This exercise is a great way to strengthen your core and increase flexibility. Start by lying on your back and lifting your legs up to a 90-degree angle. Then, lift your head and shoulders off the ground and pump your arms up and down. Keep your core engaged and repeat this motion 100 times.

Workout 2: The Swan. This exercise focuses on strengthening your lower back and glutes. Start by lying on your stomach and place your hands underneath your shoulders. Push your chest up off the ground and hold for five seconds. Keep your neck in a neutral position and repeat this motion 10 times.

Workout 3: The Roll Up. This exercise focuses on strengthening your abdominal muscles and improving your balance. Lie on your back and extend your arms above your head. Then, roll up to a seated position, keeping your arms extended. Slowly roll back down, keeping your core engaged. Repeat this exercise 10 times.

Workout 4: The Teaser. This exercise is great for increasing flexibility and strengthening your core. Start by lying on your back and lifting your legs up to a 90-degree angle. Place your hands behind your head and lift your chest up off the ground. Then, slowly lower your legs and upper body back down. Repeat this exercise 10 times.

Workout 5: The Single Leg Circle. This exercise is great for improving balance and strengthening your core. Start by lying on your back and extending one leg out in front of you. Then, slowly circle your leg in one direction and then reverse the direction. Make sure to keep your core engaged throughout the exercise. Repeat this exercise 10 times on each leg.

We hope you enjoy these five Pilates workouts! Remember to stay focused and keep your form in mind. Good luck and have fun!

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