Pilates, Pilates, Pilates. You heard about it, read about it, talked about it at work, and friends told you how amazing it is. Although you may be confident in the benefits of the technique, it is still not entirely clear to you if this is the best method of exercise for you. If so, the following article will convince you.
When difficulties and fatigue arise in your daily activities, there is a good chance that your body just got used to sitting for too many hours. Through a routine Pilates practice, you will rediscover your energy center.
In times of stress, lack of concentration, and in general when there is a feeling that life is getting out of control, Pilates will help you find order in things.
Pilates has been shown to be very effective in relieving pain and stiffness suddenly in the neck, shoulders, lower or upper back, hip joints, and knees. The pain is a friend and it signals to you that it’s time to do something.
Pilates has additional healing properties and is used as a tool for dealing with chronic diseases, rehabilitation from sports injuries, rehabilitation of the pelvic floor for women after childbirth, and more.