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- Pilates is a system developed by Joseph Pilates who was a German physical trainer. He infused his belief that both mental and physical health is interrelated in Pilates.
- One of the biggest misconceptions about Pilates is that it is a form of yoga. It is its own physical fitness system.
- Pilates was developed as a form of exercise in the early 20th century.
- In order to have great results doing Pilates, it is necessary to do everything the right way – learn about the posture, the breathing, the movement and the number of repetitions from a qualified teacher.
- In Pilates, breathing is the key. Pilates involves slow movement and a series of exercises along with attention to proper breathing techniques.
- Joseph Pilates’ original sequence of 34 mat exercises is still going strong in studios nationwide.
- There is a common misconception that Pilates is just for women. This isn’t true! Pilates caters to everyone!
- Hollywood celebs including Madonna, Uma Thurman, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Molly Sims, and Russell Brand all rely on Pilates to stay fit and healthy.
- Pilates is incomplete without method and apparatus. Pilates is all about achieving the right method in your exercise.
- Pilates requires maximum concentration – it’s all about precise movements and it demands a lot of concentration.
- ‘Contrology’ is Pilates’ second name. Joseph Pilates believed that whoever is practicing Pilates should be in constant control of each and every movement.
- Quality is more important than quantity and needs to be done in a precise manner – from the posture, the breathing, the movement, the number of repetitions, and the amount of energy that is spent.
- Pilates will challenge your body – a huge advantage to anyone.
- Joseph Pilates was fascinated by the classical Greek ideal to be balanced in body, mind, and spirit. He developed his own exercise system, Pilates, based on this concept.
- Pilates involves slow movement and a series of exercises along with attention to proper breathing techniques. Any form of Pilates will not be complete without conscious breathing in and breathing out.
- Resistance training, the essence of Pilates, is scientifically proven to create lean muscle and rev up your metabolism to burn calories all day long.
- When Joseph Pilates was working on developing Pilates as a system of physical fitness, he also termed it ‘Contrology’.
- Mat based Pilates involves a series of exercises done on the floor. Equipment based Pilates incorporates the use of various equipment and weights for muscle training.
- From improved flexibility, better posture, and enhanced muscular strength to rehabilitation and prevention of injuries – Pilates helps one and all.
- Pilates is based on the belief that the way the exercises are done is more important than the exercises themselves.