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When To Push (And When To Rest) For Better Athletic Performance

When To Push (And When To Rest) For Better Athletic Performance Achieving athletic goals requires exercise that forces your body to overcome it’s current abilities. Muscles come from our bodies ability to heal and repair damage done from overloading them. It is the combination of stress and recovery that creates physical strength. If you don’t…
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Teacher Feature: Pilates Powerhouse by Scott Miller

The Pilates Powerhouse. Core Muscle Review: The External and Internal Obliques. BY S.MILLER ON AUGUST 14, 2017         Photos Courtesy of The Muscle System Pro III (Copyright 3DMedical.com) (from left to right fig 1-4) This is the second article in a series about the powerhouse “core muscle review”. Anatomically these muscles work together…
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3 Pilates Tips for Stronger Knees

Safe, non-weight bearing, no-squat, no-impact, foundational exercises for unstable knees. Don’t let knee pain force you to surrender your exercise regimen. With the right approach you can coax your knees to happy functional movement in just a few months. No-one can make a total physical change using just 3 exercises, but most knees can be…
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Romana’s Pilates Legacy

Romana’s Pilates Legacy I teach Romana’s Pilates. When I tell people that I teach Pilates they never ask what style. In the mind of the general public Pilates has become a generic term - “such as yoga or karate”. However within the Pilates community it is sometimes a bilious issue. Is it Classical? Is it…
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