It’s Never Too Late To Try Something New!
Pilates is an activity for anyone. Old, young, short, tall, it doesn’t matter! Pilates for beginners is an easily accessible fitness option. However, it’s not uncommon for us to hear things like, “Oh, that looks too hard, my body won’t move like that,” or, “Why would I need to stretch? I already lift weights, throw the ball, kick goals, run, tackle people (or whatever the sport of choice may be)”. A lot of times, these comments come from someone who doesn’t understand what Pilates does for one’s physicality, is afraid they may look foolish while practicing, or simply doesn’t want to incorporate something new into their fitness regimen.
Whether you’re a yoga fanatic, a muscle-bound powerlifter, a triathlete, or fall anywhere in between, every type of person can benefit from trying Pilates. That’s why our team at Whole Living Pilates encourages those who want to try their hand at something new to look into our Intro to Private Training package for beginners. We also offer small group beginner classes for people who are looking for a way to dip their toes in the water without the stress of a large group setting. If you’re ready to take the plunge, call or email us and discover the difference that Whole Living can make.
How Pilates for Beginners Can Help You
You may be reading this and wondering what exactly Pilates can do for you. The answer is: a lot! We have all sorts of people come into our studio, from those involved in other sports and recreational activities to people that want to get back on the fitness horse.
- Practical, Functional Fitness: One of the many benefits of Pilates is that it’s built on movements that you’ll find in your everyday life. Practicing these movements, such as squats and shoulder rotation, will help you avoid injuries from daily tasks and keep you on your feet far more effectively. Fitness isn’t situational, it’s a lifestyle.
- Stronger Deep Abdominals and Back Muscles = Stronger Foundation: Your deep abdominals and back muscles are some of the more difficult muscle groups to train. It’s easy to forget that your center is more than just your abs; it also includes your glutes, lower back, hips, and upper legs. When you strengthen from your deep low abdominals and back muscles, you provide stability and a strong foundation for the rest of your body. Our Pilates for beginners classes in Colorado Springs will give you the foundation you’ve been searching for.
Here at Whole Living Pilates, we strive to provide the most hands-on, personal, and effective Pilates experience in Colorado. If you’re looking for the perfect studio that has crafted the ideal Pilates for beginners programs and methods, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re in search of private Pilates instruction, interested in utilizing Pilates for rehab, or are curious about how to best use Pilates for Seniors to maintain mobility, take a look at the packages we provide. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or to get started today. Transform, Renew, and Energize yourself at Whole Living Pilates.