The Pilates method It has not ceased to become popular since its creation in the early twentieth century. The keys to your success are in your special impact on body control and the search for stability and balance. However, the world of sport never ceases to be renewed and modernized, and Pilates could not be an exception. This time Let's talk about what happens when Pilates and TRX meet: Pilates in suspension.
What are the benefits of combining Pilates and TRX exercises?
TRX exercises usually consist of working removing ground support points for achieve a higher incidence in the trunk and stabilizing muscles, thus increasing the difficulty of exercise, but getting a more complete job in return.
Taking into account that Pilates focuses on core work and our body control, it is clear that the encounter between these two disciplines was logical and a simple matter of time. Here you have all its benefits:
1. Difficulty adjustment
When using the TRX to deprive us of one or more points of support in regular pilates exercises, we force the core and the rest of the stabilizing muscles to strive to maintain the posture required in the exercise. In this way, we thus receive additional benefits of the exercise in suspension in addition to the toning inherent in the Pilates exercise.
As well it is possible to use the TRX in reverse, providing support in an exercise that usually does not have it. Thus we manage to reduce the difficulty of the exercise, and we make it more affordable and therefore open to a wider audience.
2. Improvement of coordination
Another of the main benefits of this working method is that coordination increases when working in positions of precarious equilibrium that require us an active effort.
3. Breathing work
The breathing control provided by Pilates is also a point that benefits greatly from this type of training. When we keep the core in tension while working on a certain exercise, the abdominal muscles make breathing difficult.
A) Yes, The athlete is forced to become aware of his own breathing and abdominal muscles, and actively controls it while exercising. This, in the long run, translates into greater breathing control, which is very beneficial both when exercising and in the daily routine.
4. Postural hygiene
The last point, but not the least important, lies in the benefits that such a complete exercise brings to our postural health. Currently it is very common to spend too many hours sitting and adopt bad postures. Greater proprioception and control of our body will save us a lot of discomfort and long-term ailments.
Keeping everything said in mind, we can conclude that aerial Pilates is an even more complete training method than ordinary Pilates. The Pilates in suspension helps us not only to exercise the body, but to be more aware of it.
Who can perform Pilates aerial or suspended?
On the one hand, the most advanced or habitual athletes will find in this discipline a fun and stimulating challenge, with which to add a new level of difficulty to exercises that were already dominated.
On the other hand, the newest or those with mobility problems, they can use the TRX precisely for the opposite, using a foothold that can be the difference to be able to perform some exercises that would have been impossible without this. Of course, in these cases there is especially the supervision and support of a professional, who will ensure that we are training properly.
Finally, we reach the main beneficiaries of this type of training, which are sports practitioners that require coordination and a good general physical fitness. It doesn't matter if it's football, paddle tennis or contact disciplines, Pilates air work will always be especially beneficial for them.
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