A woman doing Pilates with a Pilates equipment supervised by a Pilates Instructor.

Pilates doesn’t build muscles in the same way a weights program at the gym does.

Pilates works to build long, lean, toned muscles that work perfectly within the context of your body as a whole.

This exercise strengthen the weaker muscles and give the dominant muscles a break by demanding that you work symmetrically. It also makes you more aware of your body, enhancing coordination, balance, and power.

Fewer repetitions with the greatest precision and control means that you get the most out of your workout, and your focus and determination grow exponentially.

The result is greater overall muscular stamina with less effort.

Building whole body strength enhances every single movement you make in daily life. Improves the functional fitness needs that you require as you move through life.

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