Do Your Homework!

by: Connie Borho

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In his book Pilates’ Return to Life Through Contrology, Joseph Pilates wrote: “Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness and can neither be acquired by wishful thinking nor by outright purchase (Pilates & Miller 1998).” First published in 1945, this book is more relevant than ever today, as clients seem to have less time to work out, and a lot more excuses as to why.

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IDEA Pilates Today , Volume 5, Issue 1

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About the Author

Connie Borho

Connie Borho IDEA Author/Presenter

Connie Borho has over 20 years experience in the fitness industry. She is the owner of Balance Pilates and Yoga Centers in Florida, a Sunshine Fitness Resources affiliate, and is a Peak Pilates® n...

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