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Want a body like Kate Hudson...   TRY PILATES
Kate Hudson is all about a strong body and mind and credits Pilates for 'whipping her into shape'! Unlike other resistance training methods, Pilates does not build bulky muscles. Rather, Pilates movements elongate the muscles, making them more flexible. We feel inspired by her principles for radiating positive energy inside and out. Movie star, mother, fitness guru, author... we're pretty sure she does it all.  Check out the article in the March 2016 issue of Self

Pilates: The secret behind Pippa Middleton's stunning figure
"As someone who is always ‘on the go, Pilates has been a wonderful escape from my busy lifestyle in London," she wrote.
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Jane Seymour stays fit with Pilates and garden-fresh dining
ByJames S. Fell - Los Angeles Times | Health
"Yes, Pilates is perfect for anyone who has had an injury. They use it for injured dancers. It's about body alignment, core strength and flexibility. It's an amazing workout." PDF Document

Pilates can prevent injuries and improve lap times
By Corey W. Campbell - The Miami Herald
Have you ever injured yourself while competing in a race or while training for an event? PDF Document

The Benefits of Pilates
By Barbara Russi Samataro - Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD - WebMD Weight Loss Clinic-Feature
Runner or golfer, tennis player or new mom, chances are you've heard someone talking about the benefits of Pilates. Many types of people, at many levels of fitness, who have begun doing Pilates exercises, say they've seen improvements in range of motion, flexibility, circulation, posture, and abdominal strength -- and decreases in back, neck and joint pain. Read more PDF Document