Duration :

25 min

Discipline :

Pilates

Level :

intermediate

We know that your lower abdominal muscles support your back from the front. If you trace that support band around your body it is your gluteal muscles that should support your back from behind. They power you forward to walk, to climb stairs, to run. Well toned gluteals encourage toning of the pelvic floor.

This sequence focuses on Pilates exercises that really favour the gluts.

Instructor : Amanda Savage

Amanda Savage is a women's health physiotherapist, working for over 20 years with antenatal and postnatal women, helping to sort out problems with pelvic floors, abdominal muscles and back pain. S...

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Very helpful and easy to follow, could feel I was really working my muscles.
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Great to do these again, Amanda is always so thorough and clear!
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