By strengthening all of your core, your posture will automatically improve, especially if you sit or stand for long periods of time at work, or in the evenings.
Whilst we often judge how good our workout was by how stiff we are the next day, making too big a jump in your weight bearing, distance or reps isn’t always a good thing.
In times of stress and anxiety, we tend to use only the top fraction of our lungs. Box breathing encourages the use of the whole lung and helps us learn to control the breath and flow of oxygen.
If you do even one of these exercises regularly, you’ll find your progress in Pilates class is much quicker.
You don’t have to do all three challenges, just choose the one you’re comfortable with, unless you fancy challenging yourself…
A stiff neck and shoulders are often the reason for headaches – try these moves to help increase mobility and reduce pain.
Mondays are THE BEST DAYS for exercising, especially with friends! When you book yourself in, message me on Facebook, or text/call me, and I’ll book your friend in with you…
Next time you’re in class and a core set comes up, try these alternatives to reduce the impact on your hips and fire up your abs.
Tell me I’m not the only one who’s brain runs away with them from time to time in class?
I just wanted to say a big thank you to the organisers of the challenge for motivating us to do something fun, whilst raising money and of course to my members who joined me for the afternoon.