Pilates has the stretching benefits of a yoga class and the strengthening of a gym routine. This type of exercise is beneficial to your mind and body, leaving you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and with a greater sense of well being when you're done. Pilates is a safe, no-impact way to get exercise, build strength, and stretch all of the major muscles groups in a logical sequence.
When embarking on the new program, try to commit yourself to it for two to three times a week. The first two weeks will be the toughest, but quickly you will see and feel the difference that Pilates makes to your body. Remember that it took years to create the body you have today so it won't change overnight. Stick to it; you will be glad you did.
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