The basic principles of Pilates
The basic principles of Pilates - There are some basic and important key points that should be followed when performing the exercises in Pilates to achieve visible results.Firstly - it's breath. It should be as deep, so try to fill the lungs to the limit, and then gradually to the end frees them. After all, the more oxygen is delivered to the muscles, the better they will be included in the work and develop.
Secondly - it is the control and awareness. It is very important not to move out of inertia, but due to the voltage of certain muscle groups.Third - it is smooth of the exercises, the beginning and the end of which should be indistinguishable, as if you are performing a sequential slow dance "pa".Fourthly - a flexibility and strength. All the exercises in Pilates developed on a scientific basis and include three stages.
The first time the muscles begin to stretch, then strengthened, and in the last phase, they again stretched.Twisting - Excellent stretch the spine and hamstrings. Initially, lie on your back, connecting with feet together and hands behind his head rewound, placing them on the shoulder-width apart, and palms up. Then, very gently exhale start simultaneously lift your head and upper body, holding his chin to his chest. Continue curling up until the tips of the fingers do not touch the socks feet. Then slowly return to the inspiration to the original position and exhale with force.
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