Stay Fit and Healthy With Pilates Workouts This Festive Season

November 19, 2018 | By | Reply

The present weather with the heat and humidity can have an impact on our fitness regimes. Exposure to extreme heat can lead to heat stroke; a condition which can be fatal. Under normal conditions, skin, blood vessels, perspiration adjust to the heat, but on exposure to high temperatures, humidity, dehydration, these cooling systems may fail and eventually lead to heat-related complications such as heat syncope, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke.
While the festive season is on, the heat can be demotivating to exercise outdoors. Let’s get in shape with Pilates workouts indoors which are very efficient and have the same effect as some advanced outdoors workouts.


Gain long lean muscles, and improves flexibility:

Effect of Pilates is elongation and strengthening of muscles, and it improves muscle elasticity and joint mobility. A body with balanced strength and flexibility is less prone to injuries.


Develops core strength:

The core muscles of the body are deep muscles of back, abdominal and pelvic floor. Core training promotes toning up the abdominal muscles, leading to flat and toned abs. When the core is strong the frame of the body is well supported. Hence keeping us away from back and neck pain.


Increases body mind concentration:

Pilates emphasizes good alignment of the body with smooth and controlled movements. It helps to exercise efficiently with correct breathing techniques and hence enhances concentration.

Improves posture and create an evenly conditioned body:

Good posture is a reflection of good alignment of the body. Pilates focuses on correct alignment of different body parts supported by the strong core. Pilates exercises encourage bilateral, even muscle development and flexibility at the same time. It does not over-develop some parts of the body and neglect the others, and hence helps us to achieve a good aesthetic looking body.


Pilates improves sports performance and prevents injuries:

Pilates conditions the whole body, even the ankles and feet. Your entire musculature is evenly balanced and conditioned, helping you enjoy daily activities and sports with greater ease, better performance and less chance of injury.


Pilates is safe and flexible:

Pilates is an intelligent form of exercise. Most of the exercises are low-impact, yet very effective. From the elderly, pregnant females, to an athlete, everyone can practice Pilates. It is even used in various rehab exercises post back pain, ankle injuries, shoulder and neck injury etc.


We at Physio Rehab, practice Pilates using various equipment such as Mat Pilates, Reformer, Wunda Chair, Core Align not only as a mode of fitness but also for aiding rehabilitation. Get your body toned with Pilates exercises and shed those extra kilos this festive season to look and feel your absolute best.

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