Pilates Resistance Bar Exercises

Pilates Resistance Bar Exercises

Purpose

This exercise has three purposes. First, it will strengthen your hamstrings and lower back. Second, it will improve the flexibility of your trapezium muscles, spine, hamstrings, and calves. Third, it will improve your balance by shifting your weight totally onto your toes.

The Long Ball

Andrew Buchanan (13-year-old student) started doing the Happy Body program after my mom and sister had been doing it for the first two months of summer. My mom told me that it would help me gain muscle and do better in golf and baseball. At the time, I was on a traveling baseball team and played in golf competitions all over the state.

The first time I met them, we talked about my eating habits and how they could change. I felt that I ate well, however they told me that I should not have any bread as they are unproductive carbohydrates. Also, I ate a lot for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and I exercised, but I never gained any muscle. They told me that I needed to have six meals including three meals of a power bar or another type of snack. Also, I started a 45-minute work-out program consisting of lifting weights, squatting, and jumping. At the end of the workout, I meditate for five minutes, which gives me a chance to relax and take everything off my mind.

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Since I started, I have lost 5 pounds of fat and gained 15 pounds of muscle, and I am now 107 pounds. Before, when playing golf, I was able to hit the ball somewhat far.

I usually hit 220 yards on average, and my longest drives were around 250 yards. After just four months of working with Aniela and Jerzy, I started to hit the ball on average 250 yards, and I hit a long ball of 300 yards.

Jerzy and Aniela have helped me become healthier and happier. I have improved in golf and become stronger. The workout is something that I will continue to do for the rest of my life.

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