“Pilates-4-Pregnancy” was released in 2013. It is designed for the expectant mother, who is not experiencing any complications with her pregnancy. The 55-min DVD has 2 segments: matwork without props and matwork using a variety of Stability Balls.
This clip from “Pilates-4-Pregnancy” features a single leg exercise, which focuses on strengthening the quadriceps, creating stability around the knee joint. In addition, core stability and shoulder stabilization are utilized to keep the exercise safe and effective.
This clip from “Pilates-4-Pregnancy” features standing arm circles. Utilizing 1-, 2-, or 3-lbs. weights, this exercise focuses on shoulder strength and endurance, as well as core stability. This exercise can also be performed without props, just using the weight of the arms.
“Pilates-4-Athletic Conditioning” was released in 2013. It is designed for the experienced pilates participant and includes advanced matwork. The 80-min DVD has 5 segments: modified warm-up, matwork focusing on abdominals and back, matwork focusing on legs and glutes, bonus track utilizing the Split Pedal Stability Chair, and bonus track utilizing the Reformer.
This clip from “Pilates-4-Athletic Conditioning” focuses on core strength, endurance, and the pilates breath pattern; shoulder girdle stabilization and isometric contraction of the leg muscles also included.
This clip from “Pilates-4-Athletic Conditioning” focuses on core stability, balance, shoulder stability, outer thigh and leg toning, and endurance (an advanced exercise).
“Pilates-4-Pain Management” was released in 2012. It is designed for the beginner pilates participant and / or the client that uses pilates to control and manage back pain. The 70-min DVD has 4 segments: warm-up, matwork without props, matwork with props (the props include the pilates circle, small stability ball and a theraband), and cool down.
This clip from “Pilates-4-Pain Management” focuses on core strength, stability, and movement of the spine. Variations include modifications for the beginner, as well as options to make it more challenging for the seasoned pilates practitioner.
This clip from “Pilates-4-Pain Management” focuses on stretching the hamstrings, hip flexibility and range of motion.