Things you should know about Pilates
You've probably heard about this new form of exercise that everyone has been talking about recently. Whether it's on TV or on the Internet, Pilates is often mentioned as being the new form of physical exercise which produces results that are efficient, fast and sustainable.

But what is Pilates in fact?
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Intro If you are looking to strengthen your abdomen and pelvis as well as maintain good posture, then Pilates is for you. It also has a strong mind/body connection, so you may like it if you enjoy yoga but need a more intense core workout. Though it might sound intimidating, a Pilates workout could be one way to start developing a stronger core. “One of the best things about Pilates is that it is truly for anyone at any level,” says an instructor. “Classical Pilates consists of over 600 exercises, all of which have modifications and variations.”

Requirements Pilates might imply a pricey studio or fancy equipment to some, but in reality, all you need is a mat. These seven easy Pilates moves require no gear, and are simple enough to try almost anywhere. You’ll find yourself strengthening more than just your core, too. “Pilates is a full-body form of exercise, so everything is getting targeted,” Speir says.

Even if you’ve been skipping out on ab workouts for a while, you can probably still pull off these moves with a few modifications. “In my opinion, it is one of the best things for newbies or people who feel they are out of shape because it will help build a solid base of strength… Everything is based on what your level is and yours alone,” says Speir. Try these five simple moves to get started today.

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