Efrain Jesús Rojas Mata: Why You Should Practice Pilates? Benefits and Positive Effects

Whether you are a run lover or a golfer, tennis player or mom, you will probably gain a lot of benefits by practicing Pilates. Different types of people, at different levels of fitness, who have practiced Pilates have experienced improvements in many diverse aspects such as motion, flexibility, circulation, posture, and abdominal strength and decreases multiple pain in different parts of their body. Today, we bring some of the positive effects of Pilates for you that are always looking for great physical exercises to improve your lifestyle. Keep reading and know more!

[Efrain Jesus Rojas Mata]: Body awareness
[Efrain Jesus Rojas Mata]: Body awareness

Always aware

One of the biggest benefits of Pilates is the body awareness you start to strengthen. This awareness refers to the way you sit or how you stand or how you move, as well as and being able to relate those habits to the pains and injuries you have or have had in the past.

Elegance in your posture

A better posture is something Pilates will guarantee. You and other people will soon notice the change in you after only a few Pilates workouts.

I’m so flexible

[Efrain Jesus Rojas Mata]: Flexible muscles
[Efrain Jesus Rojas Mata]: Flexible muscles

When you practice Pilates, your body starts to experiment an effort toward a safe increase in stretch and length of the muscles and range of motion within the joints.

A healthy back

Most back pain results from wrong posture and, of course, a sedentary lifestyle. The practice of Pilates addresses the muscle imbalances that typically contribute to back pain. Pilates will also stretch out the tight and overworked back muscles, amazing,, right?

Balanced body

Pilates exercises strengthen the core. After doing Pilates regularly, you’ll definitely find increased coordination and balance.

Strong bones

[Efrain Jesus Rojas Mata]: Bands and equipment thought for your bones
[Efrain Jesus Rojas Mata]: Bands and equipment thought for your bones

Bones are a dynamic tissue and they respond to resistance and weight-bearing exercises. Resistance exercises that Pilates involves will force your bones to create tension, which will certainly fortify the bone. This resistance in a Pilates workout comes from apparatus springs and resistance bands you will learn to use with your practices.

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