Pilates Side bend is a classic Mat exercise. It looks simple, but if your scapular stabilizers and spinal muscles are dysfunctional, it’s challenging.
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Beginner, Expert, or In-Between–7 Versions of the Pilates Hundred Exercise That Will Strengthen Your Core
The Pilates Hundred exercise is a great choice for strengthening your core. Plus, with these seven variations, you can choose the style that’s best for you!
The internal obliques help us rotate, bend to the side, and bend forward. But, their ability to eliminate back and hip pain is why you’ll love them!
The Imprint Pilates exercise is commonly used to strengthen the core and relieve low back pain. Unfortunately, many people miss this one crucial step.
The transverse abdominis is a magical muscle. Keep it healthy, and you will be rewarded with a smaller waistline. Neglect it, and you’ll have back pain.
Having strong abdominal muscles is key to your everyday happiness. Whether you realize it or not, your abdominals are the power behind every move you make.
Anyone with back pain or poor posture will want to learn how the erector spinae muscles function. This will help you feel better ASAP!
If you have back pain and haven’t heard of the iliocostalis lumborum, read up! Here’s how to get rid of iliocostalis lumborum pain.
Pilates Side kick kneeling is one of those classic Pilates exercises that looks easier than it is. For that reason, many teachers leave it for the pros.