As T-Schoolers, you already know how powerful your thoughts can be. Whether you’re psyching yourself up for a workout or breathing through a new stretch, you can feel the connection between your body and mind. A new study based on research from Spain, France, and the United States, backs up this theory by finding that meditation can reduce expression of
IS YOUR CARDIO ROUTINE MAKING YOU FAT? You know the story. You embark on a new fitness routine. You’re pumped up and you’re ready to lose that body fat once and for all! You make yourself get up an extra hour every day to walk on the treadmill, do the elliptical, or ride your bike. You work yourself up to
Take it from me, the Ex-Cardio Queen of Kansas City, “MORE” doesn’t always lead to “LESS” of you. In fact the opposite is quite true! Research solidly supports the concept of short interval high intensity training followed by intervals of rest to be the most effective way to burn calories, lose fat and change your body fitness. Why waste time
If you’re a T-Schooler, you already know that at Pilates 1901, we like to have a good time! Even if you didn’t know that 40% of women would exercise more if it felt like less of a chore (a statistic from the American Cancer Society), I think we all understand it’s important to find ways to make our workouts enjoyable.
How fit are you? As part of T School, we focus on one the triads of total health each month. These trains are: Nutrition, the foundation of all health; Fitness the foundation of movement and functionality; and Mind Body Balance, the ability to create and sustain the practice of good habits for optimal health. That’s evident
What is Flexible Eating and why do we think it’s a good idea? The book, Flexible Dieting: Lose Weight and Start Eating Again by Ted Kallmyer has incredible resources regarding flexible eating plans. Many T-School students and coaches, alike, have been drawn into trend diets that go in and out of fashion over the years. As Kallmyer writes, “they all