Join me for a 30 minute Full Body Standing Pilates workout to improve your balance, fitness and strength. This workout will build Stronger Legs, Hips and Glutes, improve your Balance and Core strength. It’s also great for improving your posture and cardio fitness. There’ll be lots of fun balance challenges and exercises to raise the heart rate. Prepare for shaky legs during and post class! It will be based on my Pilates and Dance background and is a great session to add into your week to build cardio fitness as well as strength and tone in your body. It can be used as a warm up to a longer workout or standalone as daily workout or active recovery session.
This is a follow up to my very popular session from last year- 30 Minute Pilates to Build Stronger Legs, Better balance and Core Strength.
Do check it out here! https://youtu.be/d4XlqzlQigY
I also recommend combining this with one of my mat workouts such as
Pilates for Mobility and Flexibility which you can find here:
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Disclaimer: It is recommended that you consult your Doctor or Healthcare Professional before starting any exercise programme. If you experience any pain or discomfort during this workout you should stop immediately and if necessary seek medical attention. When participating in any exercise or exercise programme, you agree that you do so at your own risk and assume all risk of injury to yourself. By using this video you understand and agree that Rachel Lawrence- The Girl with the Pilates Mat- will not be held responsible or liable for any injury or loss you may suffer as a result of undertaking the workout.