Picture this: Your clients are right in the middle of footwork on your gorgeous Allegro 2 Reformers, dutifully pressing in and out, coordinating their breath, paying attention to their spinal position, and following all your other cues. All of a sudden, the next time they bring the carriage in, instead of a soft thump when the carriage hits home, there is a loud, metallic clang. Read more
There is nothing less glamorous than picking up your wooden roll-down bar, push-through bar, or gondola pole and feeling your palms stick to the surface. Yuck!
After years of footwork in parallel, your footbar padding will get worn down. This may look like you’ve got two indentations and if your feet are on the bar it’s very, very hard in just those two spots because you can feel the metal beneath your heels.Read more
How your carriage rides on the rails is one of the most noticeable things about your Reformer and one of the most critical to getting the intended feeling of an exercise.Read more
We’ve all experienced a loose knob, bracket, or post on our Pilates equipment, and some of us even have the exact right wrench in the front desk drawer to tighten that bolt because it happens week after week, after week. It’s so annoying!Read more