Pilates Reformer fitness workout Preview

In this 18 minute preview you will start moving with us backwards, meaning we are starting standing and will end later with lying down work.

βœ… You need :
1 Reformer
1 Long box
1 sticky pad or a towel
⭐ For :
🎯 Focus :
Lower body: hips and glutes.

Start right away with dynamic glute presses, flying lunges, into standing side splits, skating, long stretch, down stretch and up stretch. Please make sure you are secure and comfortable standing on the reformer in order to follow this session. You will get the chance to work your hips and glutes and use your core as your stabilizer in plank positions and dynamic, athletic movement.
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Have fun and remember if you want more, come back as many times as you like and repeat. Repetition and practice is what makes us stronger and helps us achieve our fitness goals !

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🎡 Music credits
Great Days by Joakim Karud
Silky Thoughts and Peace of Mind (Original Mix) by FortyThr33
Tropical Love (Original Mix) by Del
Wild Flower by Joakim Karud
By The Croft by Joakim Karud

Note : All workouts are for those who have a working knowledge of Pilates basics and founding principles of how to place and move your body in correct postural alignment in all planes. Please make sure to follow the videos which are for your current level. Videos are provided for home workouts and educational purposes. In no way may any of the advice given here be considered medical. The exercises are given for the general public and cannot be considered as individual specific health or medical advice. You agree that by following these videos you are using your own sound judgment, have the approval or are under the supervision of your medical practitioner, and you are individually responsible for your movement and your results. In no way is Gone Adventuring Pilates held responsible for any risk, loss, injury, damage or liability.



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