Functional Fitness !

 
Functional fitness is as important for men as it is for women.
Joseph Pilates originally created his Pilates method for men.
The training offered by Pilates with it's emphasis on core strength, mobility and flexibility, improves balance, core control and efficient movement.
The uniform development created by a Pilates program is an ideal foundation for cross-training, golf as well as general fitness.
Pilates highlights the typical needs for men with appropriate exercises as well as the most effective modifications.
 

“The power and protection offered by the abdominal muscles make them the most important muscle in the body. While every golfer uses their abdominal muscles to some degree, learning to use these muscles more effectively is very important to boosting performance .”(Beere,"Thread:Strong Abdominal Muscles: A Key to Better Golf."Web.30Apr.2012.)

 

At BodyPerfect Pilates Studio we can design programs specifically for golfers.

 

Pilates exercises help to re-balance your body, improve flexibility and mobility while strengthening your core.

 
 

Pilates for Men helps increase core strength, shoulder stability and improve flexibility.

Why Smart Men Do Pilates

Guys, can benefit greatly from a Pilates practice.

The truth is that Pilates was created by a man (Joseph Pilates) for men.

The benefits, such as increased flexibility, strengthening of deep muscles, etc.—were acknowledged way back then in the 1920′s, and they’re just as true to this day.

Exercises are made up of subtle, concentrated movements that can help you do the following:

  • Develop often neglected muscle groups. 
  • Improves flexibility. 
  • Builds core strength.
  • Prevents and Repairs Injuries
  • Live more consciously
  • Improves your sex life
  • Pilates connects you to your body. 
  • Pilates forces you to pay attention

Reformer Pilates for Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the most common problems today. A sedentary lifestyle such as sitting in front of a computer and working at a desk for hours can strain your shoulder muscles as they hold your arms as you work. Overusing the muscles in your neck as well as in the adjacent parts can also lead to pain. These days, it is more likely that we experience neck pain and it greatly affects our way of living. 

Relieve Neck & Shoulder Tension with Reformer Pilates