Susan Tuttle’s In Home Fitness: Standing Pilates

August 28, 2015 - Comment

Enjoy two fun and effective upright Pilates workouts! Led by fitness specialist Susan Tuttle, each 30-minute workout is perfect for an active older adult or for anyone who prefers keeping their workout off the floor. Reap the generous benefits of Pilates while standing on your own two feet! Each workout will help you to create

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Enjoy two fun and effective upright Pilates workouts! Led by fitness specialist Susan Tuttle, each 30-minute workout is perfect for an active older adult or for anyone who prefers keeping their workout off the floor. Reap the generous benefits of Pilates while standing on your own two feet! Each workout will help you to create a sleeker, stronger body. Your workout begins with movements to get the blood flowing to your muscles. Then you will strengthen and sculpt from a standing position with the assistance of your chair. Following each workout is a relaxing muscle stretch from a seated position on your chair. Workout 1 is designed to improve functional capabilities and movement. Creative, fun movements will strengthen your core muscles. Workout 2 further improves your body composition and increases your development of balance and core strength. Looking for sculpted arms? Toned Legs? Firm Abs? Then these workouts are for you!

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Aliza M. Beer "Books & Belongings By Beverly ... says:

Feels great without the pain I’ve tried so many beginner pilates videos and each one left me in a ball of pain, especially in the neck. Not “the happy I burned some calories kinda pain” but the “no one, especially not me, should be doing this without supervision pain.” Funny considering pilates was meant for people like me! I’ve owned, watched, done, returned and regifted many for this reason.I decided to give “Standing Pilates” a shot figuring that if it’s for “older people” (I’m 30!) and people with mobility…

Beverly says:

Another Good Workout I suffered a bad ankle sprain a few months ago. I started using Susan Tuttle’s Chair Pilates and Chair Resistance Bands. I loved these workouts because I feel safe doing the exercises, I get a lot stretching to include my hands and fingers and all the workouts are fun. Now that I have enough strength to stand for longer periods of time, I’ve been doing the Standing Pilates. This DVD also has two 30 minute workouts and I like them both. What I like about this workout and her others is that…

Anonymous says:

This is very, very low impact and you barely lose your breath doing any of the moves. The two standing workouts are quite different which is nice, and the chair is really only used at the end to cool down and stretch, or for balance if you need it. She uses a ball of some sort in both sessions, but you don’t need the ball. Each session is about 26 minutes. This is for people – I assume – who have injuries and cannot be jumping around. The “exercises” are very low impact, not even really…

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