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Personalizing Pilates/osteoporosis is an MP3 audio workout that you can take with you and do anywhere, anytime! The program includes three files that will guide you through easy, gentle Pilates exercises that will strengthen your deep, supportive abdominal and back muscles. Included with the workout is a free Ab Tutorial MP3 audio file that teaches you how to use your breathing to activate and strengthen the deepest layer of your abdominals. These muscles are important because they support your spine, pelvis and hips so that you get the most benefit from the workout.
The MP3 workout includes easy, effective Pilates exercises that focus on teaching strength, stability and balance. Standing Pilates exercises are included to improve your balance and therefore help minimize the risk of a fall or fracture. Finally, for those of you who are visual learners, a photo-illustrated document is included that shows the exercises in the order in which they are taught. Do this workout two or three times a week and you’ll stop, or even reverse, bone loss!
This workout was created by and is taught by Sherry Lowe-Bernie, owner of Personalizing Pilates. Sherry is a PMA Certified Pilates Teacher which means that you are trusting your spine to one of the best Pilates teachers you can find. Sherry has over twenty-five years experience teaching fitness and over ten years experience teaching Pilates. She has helped many clients who have osteoporosis, some of whom are taller now than when then started!