Los Angeles Pilates Is Best One-On-One
Let’s go back to the first half of the 20th century, when a physical culturist, named Joseph H. Pilates, grew up as a sickly child suffering from asthma and rickets. He was determined to overcome his difficulties and develop the perfect body by combining Greek ideals with meditation from the East. Spurring him on was the German culture of the period, which believed that movement and special equipment could cure bad health.
He wrote two books about how to train both the body and mind. His training methods worked wonders for him because he eventually became a gymnast, skier, diver, boxer and follower of yoga. He had tested his exercises on wounded English soldiers in World War, boxers, and ballet dancers. Several of his student spread his methods by opening opening their own studios and refining the discipline. Current Pilates now combines both the traditional methods of the founder and the modern methods of his students.
Get Long – Get Lean – Get Fit
The conditioning regimen builds strength, flexibility and endurance in the abs, back, hips, legs and arms. It aligns the spine and pelvis, develops a strong core, improve posture, and increases coordination. Pilates himself rarely taught groups. He would work with individuals, customizing the training to meet his or her needs.
The only way you can experience the practice of Pilates as its founder intended is to work one-on-one with our Los Angeles Pilates Trainers. They have Pilates studios in West Los Angeles and Manhattan Beach, in much the same way as the originator did. If you want to get started, please contact us today.
Private Pilates Classes In Los Angeles
Pilates calls for low-impact strength and flexibility exercises, that require anywhere from thirty to fifty repetitions, that specifically target the lower back, hips, thighs, and abdominals.
Our instructors Teri and Kim are here to guide you to your goals with their experience and expert knowledge of Pilates. Teri specializes in rehab and fitness and has Master of Physical Therapy degree. Kim has over ten years of fitness experience in several areas such as dance, body alignment, and strength training.
Best Pilates Los Angeles Studio
There are many benefits of private Pilates workouts. Below are a few benefits of why you should perform this routine with one of our Pilates personal trainers.
Benefit #1: You’ll get undivided attention from Teri or Jennifer. They will be focusing on you and no one else. This means you will be told exactly what you need to improve on and how fast you can advance.
Benefit #2: There is no one to keep up with. When in a group we naturally feel the need to compete with those around us as well as the time limit we have for the exercise. In our private lessons, you can take as much time as you need with each exercise.
Benefit #3: Safety is a big concern when performing any exercise. Since you have an experienced trainer watching your every move, they’ll inform you if you start to perform an exercise wrong. You will be told the best way to move and how to prepare yourself for a specific exercise.
Benefit #4: If large groups of people intimidate you, this option will keep your stress levels down. You’re working with someone who knows you’re trying your best in order to reach your goals. There will not be any social stress involved at all.
Benefit #5: Working one-on-one is the only way to efficiently and effectively reach your goals in a specific timeframe. Our trainers are not unrealistic, but they do know exactly how to push your body so that you can reach your goals as fast as your body allows you to.
Benefit #6: Everyone is exercising for a reason whether it is for a better looking body, weight loss for health, lean muscles for strength, or to become better at a sport. Whatever the reason is, our Pilates trainers will help you achieve your goal with our customized Pilates program. Each sport requires different movements and muscle groups to be used, so Teri or Kim will target the specific group you use the most.
If you’re looking for a balanced weight loss or fitness program, then performing Pilates three days per week will get your body looking and feeling good in no time.
Contact us today so we can get you started on the Los Angeles Pilates routine that will change your life.