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Workout Ball: Pilates, Toning and Stretch

The workout ball is an innovative and very effective aid to help you to tone and firm up the key parts of the body (bum, legs and abs) through a variety of exercises and postures. These routines are designed to leave you looking good with longer, leaner and toned muscles.Fitness trainer Sarah Maxwell presents this exciting program, which combines the toning postures of traditional Pilates with a free-flowing exercise section to very effective use. Adding water or sand to the ball increases the resistance and ensures that you are working to a level that is comfortable, but also challenging to you.In particular, Sarah has incorporated into the program an exciting, aerobic-style workout that is targeted towards assisting your body with burning fat."Practicing regularly, you will feel and see the noticeable results!"Shot on location at Rockingham Castle, Englandapprox. 59 mins.

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Workout Ball: Pilates, Toning and Stretch

Workout Ball: Pilates, Toning and Stretch
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The workout ball is an innovative and very effective aid to help you to tone and firm up the key parts of the body (bum, legs and abs) through a variety of exercises and postures. These routines are designed to leave you looking good with longer, leaner and toned muscles.Fitness trainer Sarah Maxwell presents this exciting program, which combines the toning postures of traditional Pilates with a free-flowing exercise section to very effective use. Adding water or sand to the ball increases the resistance and ensures that you are working to a level that is comfortable, but also challenging to you.In particular, Sarah has incorporated into the program an exciting, aerobic-style workout that is targeted towards assisting your body with burning fat."Practicing regularly, you will feel and see the noticeable results!"Shot on location at Rockingham Castle, Englandapprox. 59 mins.

The New Method 20/20 – Perfect Pilates

The New Method 20/20 - Perfect Pilates
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Instructor Lisa Wheeler takes viewers through a blend of yoga’s sun salutations, ballet’s pli√© and relev√©, and Pilates’s seal and scissors–with a dash of kickboxing–in the first of these two 20-minute sets. Pilates purists will no doubt object, but for those looking to strengthen their balance and work on their abs, Wheeler’s routine get the job done. In the second routine Jennifer Kries employs more true Pilates moves: roll-ups, leg circles, criss-cross, spinal stretches, and the 100 (though her brief version could be better characterized as the 10!). Both series feature brief warm-ups and cool-downs. The live drumbeat accompaniment is less intrusive than in other New Method offerings, making this a good way for exercisers of any age to start or end the day. –Kimberly Heinrichs