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  • I bought this video for $10 off Amazon and I think it is a good learning material for beginners
  • But what I like about these movements is, they don't require a costly gadget to perform them
  • Anyone who has no prior experience can learn them because the instructor is a good teacher and don't require extensive stretching which might otherwise cause ligament tear and other potential problems which might be encountered by those who are not fit in nature
  • I have no problem playing it because it can be transferred to DVD or computer

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      Pilates For Dummies by Michelle Dozois is a good start for those who are trying to learn how to do some Pilates movements in their own free time. I bought this video for $10 off Amazon and I think it is a good learning material for beginners.

      The instructor has a wonderful, clear voice. She seems to have a lean and toned physique, and her posture is straight. When she talks to the camera, she emits that aura that she is in control, that she is the teacher


      and she knows what she teaches. She does not stoop, speak low and frown. She smiles and introduces Pilates to the audience (us) before she illustrates the basic Pilates movements.

      Listening to her explain a bit about Pilates, I began to understand what it was about. It was actually easy to learn and understand, since she explains everything clearly and without any fluff. She keeps her posture at all times, while making minimal hand gestures to show her interest in teaching what must be learnt about Pilates.

      She ...


      • gracefully shows basic Pilates movements quite well. She has a straight posture. Her body is not only lean, but toned and a bit muscular as well. She stretches her legs, spine and muscles very fluidly.

        The video is 1 hour long. There are no names to the movements she shows, it is just a succession of stretching exercises she performs. Some require standing up, some are done on the floor. But what I like about these movements is, they don’t require a costly gadget to perform them.

        All you need is a mat and a Pilates band which costs $10 or less.

        The movements are easy to follow. Anyone who has no prior experience can learn them because the instructor is a good teacher and don’t require extensive stretching which might otherwise cause ligament tear and other potential problems which might be encountered by those who are not fit in nature.

        The video is clear and the audio is sharp. I have no problem playing it because it can be transferred to DVD or computer.




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