Pilates is an exercise program that combines breath control with relaxing movements. During the execution of movements it tones your muscles and you will feel relax in your local areas where voltage is increased. Pilates training includes no less than 500 exercises that you can practice at ground level or helping you with special devices, such as medicine ball.
Pilate exercises are particularly deliberated to work for the abdominal muscles, muscles of the hips and buttocks. The program aims to toning the middle of the body. During training, it produces an effect of relaxation in the upper body, the shoulders and neck. Tip: While you do the exercises you need to focus on each movement separately. It will be ideal to execute each exercise slowly, inhalation deeply and controlled. This helps the body to realize that they must work, and the message is sent to the muscles.
What can treat the Pilates Program?
First of all Pilates exercises overall correct the posture. It supports the abdominal muscles, buttocks, pelvis and muscles of the back and, if practiced habitually shapes your body affectionately. In about 30 days of work, one hour a day of Pilate’s exercises, you will reshape the figure. Through specific movements Pilates can alleviate health problems such as tendonitis, joint pain or back pain. Also, scoliosis can be improved, when working the back muscles.
From studies until now it has not found any disagreement to perform Pilates for pregnant women. Some researches even give confidence about performing this exercise plan during pregnancy until the fifth month. Pilates make the pelvic muscles much stronger, helping to sustain pregnancy easier. Pilate workouts should last about an hour. Most trainers claim that, after ten sessions of combined exercises with apparatus, differences are observed in the muscles, which will have a toned look.