- Why are Reformer Pilates Classes so hard??
Reformer Pilates classes are a full body workout which is surprisingly more difficult than many individuals initially think it is.
The reason why is because Reformer Pilates classes encourage the body to work many muscles both global and small that are not often used by the body due to our sedentary lifestyles.
Your core is the initiator of all movements in Reformer Pilates classes and getting the Rectus Abdominus, Multifidus, Pelvic floor, Diaphragm, and Obliques firing at the same time takes much more control and concentration than initially thought.
- Should I do Reformer Pilates classes 2 or 3 times a week??
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on many factors such as your fitness goals, your time schedule and life demands.
However for individuals to see the gains that Pilates classes can offer it is recommended to do Reformer Pilates near me a minimum of twice per week. Like anything though, the more practice you do the better you will get, the stronger you will feel and the healthier you will become.
- How quickly will I see results from Reformer Pilates Classes??
Joseph Pilates (the founder of the Pilates methodology in the 1900’s) said:
“In 10 sessions you will feel the difference, in 20 sessions you will see the difference and in 30 sessions you will have a new body”.
Many clients are walking advertisements of this statement claiming that after a few sessions their back pain was reduced, their hip pain was gone and their ability to switch on their core in day to day activities was amazing.
So each individual will see the results based on how often they practice, what their fitness levels are, and what they wish for their health goal.
- Can I do Reformer Pilates Classes if I am pregnant??
Reformer Pilates is great for pre-natal clients as it is categorised as a form of low-impact exercise. During pregnancy the hormone levels are increased and the body goes through many changes. Reformer Pilates classes help to maintain a pre-natal clients flexibility, reduces stress and also helps to build upper body strength which is important after baby is born.
Many exercises can be modified for the pre-natal clients and the expert instructors at Semprose Pilates know just how to care for you.
- How do I book a session at Semprose Pilates??
There are a couple of ways to book your next session at Semprose Pilates and Fitness Studio: