How Asymmetrical Load Can Strengthen Brain/Body Response
What makes the human body so unique is that no body is perfectly symmetrical. Instead, the human body is made up of specific imbalances that we must work to strengthen together and separately in order to reinforce our core and our limbs for balance and movement.
Working asymmetrically can improve efficient movement in our… Read More »
The Pelvic Floor engages spontaneously through our spinal cord reflex which is 5x faster than verbal cueing, improving our efficiency of movement.
Brent Anderson, a presenter from this last month’s Pilates on Tour, inspired this newsletter as he recently shared his six-year study of the Pelvic Floor abdominals and how they engage spontaneously… Read More »
Being that there are no straight lines in the human body – all joints articulate with some degree of rotation. Therefore, it makes sense that we train to achieve our highest range of motion training with continuous circular/spiraling movement patterns, promoting communication and connection between the muscles, tendons, connective tissues (fascia) and the joints within the… Read More »
Develop Balance and Ease of Movement through Oppositional Energy The way we train has changed drastically over the past decade, as we have gained a deeper understanding of the physiological adaptations for the human body to move with grace, power and endurance.
Pilates is designed to strengthen what is weak and lengthen what is tight. It is about posture, and core stabilizing muscles.
What does it mean though when you’re feeling that tremor or shaking in your abdominals when on the long or short box in round back flexion or in neutral alignment hinging back half way? Or when you’re on the 2nd side of standing side splits and your inner thighs are shaking? Is this uncontrollable…