This advanced 40-minute routine is all the proof you need that you can seriously challenge yourself without a reformer or any other equipment. I designed this routine for those looking to take their mat Pilates workouts to the next level.
Target every part of your body with this 35-minute mat Pilates routine that I've designed to get you stronger and more mobile. Pay close attention to my cues to ensure you're keeping proper form, and get ready to feel the burn!
Back and core strength are so important for total-body fitness and staying pain-free as you move in your workouts and throughout the day. If you have back pain already, these stabilizing exercises can help relieve it.
Who says you need equipment to get a full-body workout in? I promise you'll be feeling the burn in all your muscles by the end of this session! We’ll start off with some mobility work before we get into some tough movements for each body part while focusing on form.
The focus of workouts is often building strength, but mobility is just as crucial to keep you moving intelligently and staying injury-free. This no-equipment flow will help you loosen up and improve your range of motion.
This routine focuses on the core of Pilates movement, like the notorious Pilates 100 and Pilates swimming. These moves help build a solid foundation that you can reinforce as you move through more routines.
When you work out hard, you should be stretching just as often. This mat stretching routine will help you get rid of muscle tension and relieve those aches and pains that build up throughout your fitness routine.
Three areas that I’ve noticed are often points of focus are the booty, abs, and arms. If you’re looking to strengthen and tone yours, this is the routine for you! This circuit takes less than 15 minutes to get through, but you’ll be feeling it by the end.
If you experience neck pain or have disc injuries, this routine is for you. We'll discuss proper neck placement and work through some moves designed to increase mobility and avoid injury to the back and neck.
Mat Pilates is the foundation of healthy movement and stabilization in your workouts and everyday life. These classes, which I recommend doing 2 to 3 times per week, will help you build the most stable foundation possible without equipment.