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Lift and Lower on Reformer
Side Arm Internal Rotation on Rehab Reformer
Arabesque on Reformer
Side Splits on Reformer
Side Arm Kneeling Backhand on Reformer
Safer than lifting weights with less tension and stress on the joints, reformer exercises allow clients to gently strengthen key muscles by providing adjustable resistance using spring tension. Pilates is the ideal method to strengthen and tone muscles, improve posture, strengthen the spine, flatten the stomach and improve flexibility. Pilates improves stamina levels, reduces stress and brings the mind in tune with the body.
Hundred with Spine Supporter on Rehab Reformer
Front Splits on Reformer
Snake on Reformer
Straight Back with Short Box on Reformer
The reformer is the most common piece of resistance equipment seen at pilates studios. Reformer exercises provide challenge by adding resistance utilizing a graduated system of springs and pulleys to strengthen muscles. Strength and neuromuscular coordination are additionally improved by being able to use the reformer in a variety of different positions.
The equipment allows participants, especially those who experience pain when performing other exercises to gently strengthen key muscles, making it safe and effective for any body type or condition. The ability to focus on muscular imbalances that may have occurred due to injury, postural problems or overstraining makes pilates the ideal method to help train the muscles. Benefits include: increased lung capacity, increased circulation through deep, healthy breath patterns, strength, flexibility, coordination, posture, and balance. Bone density and joint health also improve while increasing body awareness.