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Is Pilates for you

“I must be right. Never an aspirin. Never injured a day in my life. The whole country, the whole world, should be doing my exercises. They’d be happier.” — Joseph Hubertus Pilates, in 1965, age 86.

Many types of individuals at many levels of fitness are now doing Pilates. Whether they be runners or tennis players, new moms or seeking core and muscle strengthening, there are many reasons to become involved. Many say they’ve seen improvements in circulation, posture, flexibility, range of motion, core strength, bone and joint health and decrease in back and neck pain.

Some of the top benefits of Pilates include:

  • Creating body awareness
  • Gaining long, lean muscle
  • Improves sports performance
  • Decreases chance of injuries
  • Increase lung capacity
  • A stronger core
  • Body Control
  • Gentle on the joints, but also challenging