31 Dec “Together we are Stronger!” – #pilates4life2020
“Together we are Stronger!”
Cover picture thanks to @victoria_ott_ (here to see her Instagram feed)!
Why “”together we are stronger”? – mutual accountability makes it easier to gets stuff done!
It’s a community New Year’s Resolution. It’ll be mainly Instagram and Facebook based, but I’ll also be posting here on the blog. I’ll be using this page as an index for all the exercises for your convenience.
The exercise index
– coming 01/01/2020!
– Day 1
– Day 2
– Day (…)
– Day 31
If you prefer video …
If you prefer to read …
Each day in January, I’ll post one Pilates exercise. As the month progresses, we’ll progress as we add new exercises to all the previous ones … that makes 31 Pilates / Pre-Pilates exercises.
Join me, and post your photos or videos of you doing the exercises with the hashtag #pilates4life2020”.
Remember: “together we are stronger”!
Tag us, like the posts and ask questions in the comments. This will help you and help others stay on track – never forget: “together, we are stronger” – so don’t be shy: use the hashtag and share and tag and ask questions …
In February, we’ll all come together in the studio to go through the whole sequence together – and we’ll stream it for our friends that can’t make it!Until then, we hope you all have a very enjoyable run up to the seasonal celebrations! See y’all on the 1st of January!
The 31 exercises are grouped into three groups of approximately ten. Each group is a mini workout of ten exercises. The difficulty of any exercise depends on your strengths, so although the exercises are intended to get more difficult as the month progresses, you might find that some of the exercises are easier than others and that is only natural and is to be expected.
“What you least like to do, you do it twice!”
… Joseph Pilates said … (according to Romana Kryzanowska)
Which ones should you concentrate on? All of them, but the ones that you find most difficult will most likely be the ones that your body needs the most – so don’t fall into the temptation of omitting them!
Happy New Year,