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Why do 99% of sports medicine experts recommend Pilates?

Why do 99% of sports medicine experts recommend Pilates?

If there is a movement,
It combines muscle strength training, flexibility and stretching
And the effect of physical coordination and balance development,
Can effectively help you shape,
Sports injury and disease rehabilitation and preventive health care,
Would you like to give it a try?

This sport is Pilates, a sport that has been esteemed by kinesiologists so far as it can exercise the core muscles safely and healthily. Of course, in addition to core muscle training, Pilates can also exercise other muscle groups for complete functional training.

Pilates is a sport that emphasizes core exercise

The so-called core muscle groups are a series of muscle groups in the waist and abdomen-back, buttocks, inner thighs, and basin muscles. It is equivalent to forming a "rubber" protective layer around the human spine and lumbar spine, so that the spine and lumbar spine can be regulated and protected, thereby improving the stability of the human body and improving the coordination, flexibility and balance of the entire human body.

Strong core muscle strength is the cornerstone of all sports, it can provide stability, power and endurance for other sports and physical activities. Whether you like running or playing badminton or basketball, your core muscles are the foundation of all your movements.

Even if you are not a sports enthusiast, from the perspective of anti-aging, after the age of forty, your balance will deteriorate due to muscle atrophy and the loss of sensitivity of neuroreceptors. Pilates can reverse this aging process by stabilizing your core.

The concept of Pilates training is to evenly strengthen the muscles of each part and the core dynamics. Under the requirements of the correct body arrangement structure, carefully experience the extension, contraction and control of each muscle, the purpose is to strengthen the human core Muscle strength.

Only trained the vest line ≠ a good figure

When it comes to core muscle groups, one has to talk about the "vest line" that is very popular nowadays. Many people are honored to practice the "vest line". In fact, the vest line is just a very superficial muscle layer (rectus abdominis). As long as the average person loses fat a little, the "vest line" can be seen. It does not mean that the abdominal muscles have been fully exercised. Excessive emphasis on practicing rectus abdominis in pursuit of the vest line will cause imbalance of the waist and abdomen muscles and affect posture.

If you want to have a tight waist, you have to exercise the deep "transverse abdominis". The transverse abdominis are the deepest horizontal abdominal muscles, which wrap the waist and abdomen like a belt. You can only train the transverse abdominis to be strong. In order to truly have a flat waist. Ordinary exercise is difficult to train the transverse abdominis, and Pilates can help you.

Simply put, practicing Pilates allows you to:

. Have a more flexible and stable body
. Delays the aging of core muscles
. Has a flat and firm abdomen
. Makes the body perform better

Who is more suitable to practice Pilates?

Pilates is suitable for all people to practice. It can strengthen muscles (especially core muscle strength), and has a good effect on rehabilitation, shaping, and preventive health care.

1. Sedentary office worker

   Office people sitting for a long time and lack of exercise are prone to sore shoulders and neck, lower back pain, and loose abdomen. Pilates training just requires relaxation of the shoulders and neck while tightening the deep muscles of the waist and abdomen, thereby balancing the tension of the muscles and exercising the deep core muscles to strengthen the spine.

2. Medical rehabilitation and prevention

Long-term unbalanced muscle pressure distribution can lead to various chronic diseases, such as chronic cervical spondylosis, lower back pain, etc. Regular Pilates training can not only help people with back pain, neck pain or muscle strain relieve pain, but also It can prevent injuries and correct poor posture.

3. Obese and out-of-shape people

   Pilates emphasizes core exercises, which can exercise the abdomen, waist, back and hip and leg muscles. Make the lines more compact, and the circumference can be significantly reduced.

4. Postpartum recovery

  Pura, which emphasizes core training, has a very good effect on pelvic floor muscles. It can help restore the contractility and muscle elasticity of the pelvic floor muscles. Transversus abdominis training is the key to repairing "mummy tummy" postpartum abdomen protrusion and rectus separation.

5. Professional athletes and dance professionals   

    a strong core strength for improving physical performance and flexibility.

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