Indiviuduals at many levels of fitness, who have begun doing Pilates exercises say they’ve seen improvements in range of motion, flexibility, circulation, posture, and abdominal strength — and decreases in back, neck and joint pain.

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One of Pilates’ biggest benefits is body awareness. There is an attention required (in doing the exercises) that changes your awareness. It teaches you how to train your mind and build symmetry and coordination in the body. Pilates helps you slowly build awareness of how you sit or how you stand or how you move. It also teaches you how to relate those habits to the aches and pains and injuries you have or have had in the past.

Pilates changes the way your body looks and feels. If you practice Pilates regularly, it will change your body. Known for creating long, strong muscles and a leaner look; Pilates improves muscle tone, balances musculature, supports beautiful posture, and teaches you to move with ease and grace. All of these things will make you look and feel very fit.

A stronger, healthy back and body. The core muscles of the body are the deep muscles of the back, abdomen, and pelvic floor. These are the muscles we rely on to support a strong, supple back, good posture, and efficient movement patterns. When the core is strong, the frame of the body is supported. This means the neck and shoulders can relax, and the rest of the muscles and joints are freed to do their jobs — and not more. A nice side benefit is that the core training promotes the flat abs that we want.

Increase flexibility, range of motion. While Pilates training focuses on core strength, it trains the body as a whole, providing a level of integrative fitness that is hard to find elsewhere. Pilates workouts promote strength and balanced muscle development as well as flexibility and increased range of motion for the joints. Pilates creates strong, flexible muscles. It is also the reason that Pilates is so popular in rehab facilities, as well as with athletes who find that Pilates is a great foundation for any kind of movement they do.

Weight Loss. If you want to lose weight, the formula for weight loss remains the same: Burn more calories than you take in. As a full-body fitness method, Pilates help will help you do just that. Combined with aerobic activity, Pilates becomes a prime weight loss and body toning tool.