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The Pilates 100

Posted Mar 09 2010 12:00am
One of the things I love most about working out is that it's never boring. No, isn't! There are so many different ways to go about it that it's almost impossible to get stuck in a fitness rut for too long. And as a personal trainer, that's one of my goals. To help you, my readers and my clients, avoid the rut. How will I do that? Let's start with the Pilates 100.

If you do crunches regularly, you might feel as though your stomach is just getting bigger. That's because crunches only target your rectus abdominis (the 6-pack), which means only these ab muscles are growing. You'll want to target every ab muscle in your core to up your odds of having a flat stomach and the Pilates 100 does that. Here's how you do it

The lovely ladies at Pilates on Fifth offer a number of free videos on YouTube, and you can download their Pilates podcasts from iTunes. If you haven't tried Pilates yet, you should. (Hey boys: That goes for you, too.) It's a great way to lengthen and strengthen your muscles, particularly those in your core, which is the center of all movement and balance.
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