We all know about the original Principles of Pilates : Centring, Control, Coordination, Breath, Flow, and Precision. A concept that was originally introduced in the 80’s by Philip Friedman and Gail Eisen, authors of The Pilates Method of Physical and Mental Conditioning. A more popular version of the six principles is removing co-ordination and adding […]
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Eva Rincke has a beautiful blog on Joseph Pilates In this blog, I am giving an account of my research for the biography of Joseph Pilates and I’m sharing new insights into the life of this complex person. I’m telling you about the amazing people who inspired him and about those who continued his work. […]
Source: A little update | Pilates Art
Blog from Eva Rincke Boxing and Pilates actually seem to fit very well! Source: Joe Pilates and boxing | Joseph Pilates
Fitness, Food, & POP PIlates Source: Blogilates — Fitness, Food, & POP PIlates
Mat classes are the most affordable way to reap the benefits of Pilates. Taught across the country at gyms and private studios, group classes mean you don’t have an instructor cuing and correcting your every move. Make the most of your time on the mat Source: Common Mistakes in Pilates Mat Classes | POPSUGAR Fitness
Source: The Jennifer Kries Blog I love this article! Jennifer Kries gives her opinion about burn-out and boredom in Pilates. You can’t be bored with Pilates because it only gets more fantastic the longer you practice it. Jennifer really kicks your butt in her blog. After reading this you dont know how fast you can get your workout […]