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100's - Pilates: The 100 Pilates move got its name because you hold the exercise for 100 beats. The Hundred gets your breath going strong and your blood moving. It is also an excellent exercise for increasing core stability and abdominal strength.
5 Principles Of Pilates: Learn the basics of Pilates Mat and get more out of your workouts and see results faster!
Back Extension On The Ball: This move will help to strengthen the muscles in the lower back and the glutes. And by strengthening those muscles, your can reduce back pain and enhance posture.
Bicycle - Pilates: This classic Pilates exercise helps to strengthen and stabilize the back, the hamstrings and the hip flexors.
Bridge: The bridge exercise is a great way to strengthen the gluteus muscles and hamstrings as well as enhance stability throughout your core.
Bridge March: The bridge exercise is a great move, but the bridge-march takes it to another level and strengthens the hamstrings, glutes lower back even more than before.
Can-Can: This wonderful Pilates move is great at strengthening and toning the obliques and the thighs.
Cervical Nod: The Cervical Nod is a technique used in most pilates classes, and can be used while doing standard crunches and many other abdominal exercises.
Child's Pose: This wonderfully relaxing pose is used in both Yoga and Pilates. In Yoga, its used to rest between posed, and in Pilates it is used to reset the spine between exercises.
Corkscrew: This high-intensity exercise helps to strengthen the abs and stretch and massage the spine and the back muscles.