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Your body, your rules - listen to body signals & know your limits

Your body, your rules – listen to body signals & know your limits

Reformer Pilates is a low-impact workout that can be beneficial for people of all levels of fitness. However, as with any type of exercise, there is always the potential for injury if you push yourself too hard or do not use proper form.

That’s why it’s important to listen to your body and be aware of your limits. If something doesn’t feel right, stop and chat to your instructor before continuing.

Know your limits

Reformer Pilates can help you build strength, flexibility and endurance. It’s a great way to get a full-body workout without putting too much stress on your joints. It’s important to warm up properly and listen to your body so you don’t overdo it.

If you have any injuries or health concerns, please consult your doctor before starting a Reformer Pilates workout. And remember, your body, your rules – so listen to your body and know your limits. happy working out!

Signs your body is at its limit

There are a few signs that your body is telling you to stop or take a break:

– You feel pain

– You feel dizzy or lightheaded

– Your muscles feel weak or shaky

– You can’t catch your breath

If you experience any of these signs, stop exercising and rest for a few minutes. Your health and wellbeing is our priority so please let your instructor know if you experience any of these things immediately. If the symptoms persist, please consult your doctor.

Use Lighter Springs, Lower Reps or Take a Break

There will be times when you need to modify your workout to suit your body and fitness level. For example, if you’re feeling fatigued, try using lighter springs or doing fewer reps. And if you’re really struggling, take a break or ask your instructor for an alternative movement.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help from your instructor – they’re there to make sure you have a safe and effective workout.

Now that you know how to stay safe while working out, get out there and enjoy the benefits of Reformer Pilates!