Pilates Essentials, FULL 30 Minute exercise video – eFit30

Full 30 minute Pilates routine. Try this after the beginners routine. Do try this at home, get the rest of the series from our website www.efit30.com.au Get our app from the Apple App Store, Pilates, workouts, meditations. Questions, suggestions, comments, contact us info@efit30.com.au

21 thoughts on “Pilates Essentials, FULL 30 Minute exercise video – eFit30

  1. Good video! Easy to follow cause of the clear instructions and positioning of the camera. Well done!

  2. “You might be rolling all over your lounge floor” – Yeah, pretty accurate description.

  3. Yo, have you thought about this program called the Fat Blast Lifestyle? (look it up on google). My buddy says it helps people lose weight. Is that possible?

  4. I loved this! Your voice is so soothing, and you really know how to motivate, thank you 🙂

  5. I have a question, have you wondered about this thing called the Fat Blast Furnace? (look it up on google). My buddy says it helps people lose weight easily

  6. Abs are made in the kitchen, Keto Diet and pilates will get you there, but only if you’re dedicated.

  7. Hey, have you thought about this thing called the Fat Blast Lifestyle? (go search google). My cousin says it helps people feel great. What do you think?

  8. Yo, have you seen this program called the Fat Blast Lifestyle? (google it). My cousin says it helps people feel great. What do you think?

  9. i want to work out my whole body. i have done these exercises before 5 or 6 times and it really worked out. but what i really need now is to lose wheight, especially from my thighs. i have started eating healthier and less and i want to start doing pilates 5 days a week. should i do this kind of exercises everyday or would you recommend combining some of your other exercises in my programm?

  10. Of course you are correct. We don’t pretend to offer any medical advice here. However the person prefaced their question with the point that their medical professional had recommended that they do Pilates. Your point is well made their Physiotherapist needs to give specific direction.

  11. That is odd, I have no idea why this has happened. I have had no other reports of problems. We are testing out reloading better resolution videos this may resolve the issue you had.

  12. I am surprised you have given this answer without checking if there are any further issues with the back. What about x-rays and their results? If there is any pain – is it beacuse of the exercise? What about wieght, current fitness level, etc. etc. A lot more questions need to be asked before suggeting you use ANY pilates program.

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