Integrating Physiological Principles Into a Comprehensive Pilates Program

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Video Chapters

  • Chp. 1 Introduction
  • Chp. 2 Workout Components and Abdominal Work
  • Chp. 3 Spinal Articulation
  • Chp. 4 Hop Work
  • Chp. 5 Stretches
  • Chp. 6 Arm Workout
  • Chp. 7 Leg Work
  • Chp. 8 Side-Overs
  • Chp. 9 Back Extension
  • Chp. 10 Conclusion

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  • Session Handout

Description

Over the years, commonly used cues and techniques delivered with the certainty of proven scientific knowledge have been misleading and incorrect. For instance, it is proclaimed that Pilates builds strength, yet often Pilates teachers shy away indignantly from the notion of overloading a muscle or muscle group with resistance, ignoring the physiological principle of overload. This session will introduce the Block System™, a method by which instructors can achieve the maximum from the work and the physiological principles that support it.
By Rael Isacowitz, MA

Rael Isacowitz, MA

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