If you always wanted to try out Pilates but for some reason could (not yet) bring yourself to get started with it, the start of the new year may be the best time for you to sign up!
Pilates are great and have many benefits for a healthy mind and an outer body. What all the good is that Pilates are not just for the seasoned fitness pros but are equally suitable for when you’re just starting out.
Basically, with Pilates you can get all kinds of body workouts for better posture and body alignment!
According to a study published in 2016, only eight weeks of Pilates classes can greatly improve endurance, flexibility and balance. What’s more, in recent times predator once again seen a surge in popularity so that there may be a good chance that you can find good deals on courses in many places.
So, what would actually is Pilates?
Compared to some other workouts, Pilates is a low impact exercise that strengthens muscles for better posture and flexibility. The exercises are normally target the body core, though there are some exercises that also target other body areas. Pilates work with or without equipment. So in the simplest of cases, you will need much more than a yoga mat and you’re good to go.
There’s no denying that learning to exercise from a book or maybe even from videos isn’t exactly the best way to go about it. When it comes to such things like exercising, it’s always best to have an experienced trainer right there. Because of that I personally think it’s best when you’re signing up for Pilates courses. What’s more, it’s also more fun to exercise together with a number of like-minded folks!