Continuing on last month’s topic of troubleshooting a bumpy carriage ride, let’s talk about other places your annoyances might be coming from besides the wheels.Read more
One of the many little pleasures in my own Pilates session is experiencing a smooth and quiet carriage ride. While working out, I want to be able to focus entirely on how my body is feeling rather than running through all the possible causes for the bumps. Read more
Being a skateboarder, I am constantly plagued with injury. I currently have a bruised left hip, a tight sharpness going across my right kneecap and some lingering pain from when I sprained my wrist over six months ago. That’s all fine with me. You’ve gotta’ pay to play, as they say, but my gripe is that due to these injuries I cannot exercise like I normally do. I feel myself transforming into a slug. Read more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This post originally appeared in the 2015-2016 Balanced Body catalog.
Pilates and athletes – what a match. It’s an exercise perfectly designed to correct muscular imbalances caused by the repetitive movements an athlete undertakes while doing his or her sport. Read more
I’d never considered myself a “runner.” I could do step aerobics until I was the last person standing, and cardio kickbox my way through an afternoon. But ask me to run down the block and I would’ve said, “can I do walking lunges instead?” I thought for sure I was doomed to be the appetizer course when the zombie apocalypse hit. Read more