WHO SHOULD DO PILATES?
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Due to the non-impact nature of Pilates, it is suitable for almost everyone. Many physical therapists also include Pilates work as a follow-up for patients. Pilates complements activities such as swimming, golf, skiing, dancing and other aerobics sports.
It is helpful for people with chronic pains (neck, shoulders, back, knee, etc), scoliosis, osteoporosis or those recovering from sports injuries. Pilates is also perfect for those who want to improve their postures.
CAN I DO PILATES DURING MY PREGNANCY?
Yes! In fact, I attribute my easy pregnancies and recoveries to my Pilates practice. But it is not recommended to start Pilates if you have not practiced before becoming pregnant.
And even more important, Pilates is the best form of exercise AFTER you have the baby. With heavy car seats, strollers, diaper bags, you will need the core strength to prevent injury and maintain your stamina. Pilates is a form of exercise you can use for a lifetime. It’s the best gift you can give yourself as a new mom!