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REGISTER PARTICIPANTS Physiopilates - A Starter Guide

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    #fitness A physiotherapist's beginner guide to pilates-based fitness, with exercises designed for home, with no special equipment


    What you'll learn
    • Beginner pilates exercises guided by a leading physiotherapist who works with Olympic athletes and Oscar winners!
    • Students must complete a basic fitness questionnaire before starting the course
    • Students MUST be able to answer 'NO' to ALL the following questions...
    • 1: Has your doctor ever said that you have a heart condition?
    • 2: Has your doctor ever said that you have high blood pressure?
    • 3: Do you lose balance because of dizziness?
    • 4: Have you lost consciousness in the last 12 months?
    • 5: Have you ever been diagnosed with a chronic medical condition?
    • 6: Are you taking prescribed medicine for a chronic medical condition?
    • 7: Do you currently have (or have had during the past 12 months) a bone, joint or soft tissue (muscle, ligament or tendon) problem that could be made worse by becoming more active?
    • 8: Has your doctor ever said that you should only do medically-supervised physical activity?
    • 9: Are you pregnant?
    • If your answer to any of the above questions is 'YES', please consult a medical professional before taking this course.

    Pilates seems too good to be true - no pumping, no pounding, no burn, a wonder workout that transforms your body.
    Stunning celebrities like Amanda Seyfried, Kate Winslet and Jennifer Aniston all swear by pilates. So do many professional sport stars – soccer players like David Beckham, Gareth Bale and Mo Salah, who all incorporate pilates into their training programmes. It is also widely used by tennis players, golfers, dancers and athletes. But why?
    As a physiotherapist, a former nationally-ranked athlete, and a fitness trainer, I see Pilates growing in popularity - because it gets results, improving posture, strength, flexibility and balance while toning, firming and shaping the body.
    Yet all you need is space, a little time, a mat, some comfortable clothes – and a good instructor – and you have all the basics.
    Ten minutes a day is enough to achieve the considerable benefits. And pilates is suitable for anyone – young or old, fit or unfit.
    In my 30 years as a physiotherapist, working first in a major hospital, and now in private practice, I see a huge range of injuries and conditions. I believe that pilates can help ease, control and prevent back, neck, stomach, leg and postural problems - throughout ALL of your life. Pilates works by targeting the key postural muscles, building strength from within, by stabilising the torso and building strong, flexible muscles. So it is also an excellent all-round exercise, which helps us deal with the stresses and strains of everyday life. Pilates exercises give you a longer, leaner shape, a flatter, firmer stomach, better posture, a strong back and more mobility. Yet, unlike other exercise techniques, Pilates will not produce over-developed muscles. So, the bottom line - you look great!
    In this course, I’ll show you the most important basic exercises, modified over many years, and reveal just how YOU can incorporate pilates into your daily life.
    For those who complete the starter programme, this course also includes a full online class.
    Colette O'Flynn, B.Physio, MISCP, Lic. Ac, Pilates Instructor
    Chief Physiotherapist, PhysioNow
    Stay Safe
    It is your responsibility to undertake these exercises safely. Cease performing these exercises if you experience pain or you feel unwell. The authors and advisors, who have created this course, accept no liability for injury caused as a result of participation in these exercises. All information provided by PhysioNow/Colette O'Flynn is of a general nature and is furnished for information/educational/entertainment purposes only. No information is to be taken as medical or other health advice. Use of this course does not form a professional relationship. By using this course, you agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold PhysioNow harmless from all losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting. Contact PhysioNow for further information or consultation.
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