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Disability Pilates: Exercises for Disabled & Seniors Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Pilates for Disabled category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Disability Pilates: Exercises for Disabled & Seniors Publications

2009-09-30 : Improving Mobility with Pilates : Pilates is an effective exercise method for people with MS or walking disabilities to improve balance leg strength and walking ability.

2009-02-25 : Pilates Strength Exercises : Pilates strength exercises for core muscles the deep internal muscles of both the abdomen and the back.

2009-02-25 : Advanced Pilates Exercises : One example of an advanced Pilates exercise is the Shoulder Bridge it requires great strength from the abdominal muscles as well as the hamstrings.

2009-02-25 : Pilates Exercises for Intermediates : Now that you have become an intermediate Pilates exerciser it is time to move on to workout with an exercise ball.

2009-02-25 : Pilates for Men : Pilates is a comprehensive workout from head to toe and it may surprise you that Pilates was originally created for men.

2009-02-25 : Pilates Exercises for Beginners : Pilate beginner exercises that will help you jump into this new exercise program for fitness.

2009-02-12 : Pilates Exercises for Back Pain : How pilates exercises can improve your posture and help relieve back pain and core muscles.

2009-02-12 : The Basics of Pilates Exercises : Pilates leads to improvement in your balance your coordination and flexibility and even in your strength.

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