How Will Reformer Pilates Change My Body | What Should You Know
Reformer Pilates is a popular type of exercise that can help you transform your body. It’s not just for those who want to lose weight, but also for people who want to build muscle and increase flexibility, as well as those looking for an excellent rehabilitation method. If you are looking to change the way that your muscles look or how they function, there are many benefits of this form of exercise. Read on if you’re interested in learning more about the amazing results people get from Reformer Pilates!
There are tons of great reasons to give reformer pilates a try: from increased flexibility and balance, improved posture, stronger muscles and even weight loss. People who exercise on the Reformer will notice that their muscles are firmer and have more definition. This is especially prevalent in people with naturally soft, loose skin because of this type of workout.
Some of these benefits may be more noticeable than others depending on your body type and goals (for example, those who are looking for weight loss might see better results). But no matter what your reason is behind starting this form of exercise, there are lots of different benefits that can help improve both physical appearance as well as quality-of-life.
Reformer Pilates can also help to improve posture by utilizing core strengthening exercises. Those who practice pilates often find themselves standing or sitting up taller than before without even realizing it!
This form of workout can be used for rehabilitation purposes after surgery so patients don’t lose too much muscle strength while they recover and rehabilitate from injury or illness; additionally, those looking to avoid weight gain during recovery should include reformer pilates in their regular program. (please consult with your medical professional before you undertake any exercise)
Reformer Pilates is a great option for people at any age; young children, teenagers, adults & the elderly, everyone can benefit from its core strengthening exercises and rehabilitative purposes. This type of workout has been shown to help those who suffer from chronic pain improve their quality of life through better breathing techniques.
There are lots of different types of reformer exercises so it might take some practice before you find one that works best for your body type and abilities but it’s well worth a try – or many tries!
Ready to join the tribe at Vibe Pilates?
We encourage everyone, of any age or ability, to join us for a Foundation class and see what Vibe Pilates is all about for yourself. You get to have a play with the machine and have fun learning new moves across a 45 minute workout.
Our Foundation session is a focus on the core foundations of the body. It’s a set up class designed for our beginners to get you started with confidence. The session is set at a slower pace to ensure you develop the understanding of the movement and feel why a reformer workout is so beneficial for your body.