Pilates is a form of exercise that connects the mind and the body. It teaches the body to move in a more efficient way.
Pilates is a form of exercise that connects the mind and the body. It teaches the body to move in a more efficient way. It is a method of movement designed to rebalance all of the muscles that become imbalanced during participation in sports or simply moving through regular life.
Many of us struggle with losing weight and getting healthy. Over the 25 years I have been in the health and fitness industry, I have concluded that achieving your ideal weight really comes down to what you eat. Studies show how you look and feel is 20% exercise and 80% nutrition.
Whether your decide to lift weights or sign up for the next Pilates equipment class, it is essential to your health to make sure your exercise routine includes some form of strength training.
A New Season is Here… Now is the Time to Get Your Health and Nutrition Back on Track! So the summer is winding down. The kiddos are heading back to school and the vacation season is coming to an end. For many of us, we use the summer as an excuse to indulge a little…
Ask just about anyone and most of us will admit to having run for their cardio workout at one time or another. For millions of people, running has become a favorite way to burn those calories.
For decades we have heard about how we should consume foods with little or no fat. We have been brainwashed by the media and grocery stores to believe that consuming fat will make us fat.
A barre class is a fun, energetic class designed to build lean, long muscles. The exercises are done at a ballet barre utilizing the elements of Pilates, ballet and yoga. It uses your body weight for resistance, and the moves challenge your core stability and balance.
Do you ever find yourself less than motivated to exercise when you know you should? Does that strawberry Pop-Tart sound better for breakfast than oatmeal?
Palates Columbus: At some time in our life, many of us will sustain some sort of injury. Some of these injuries require extensive medical attention while others are relatively minor and typically heal on their own.