You've earned your Pilates victories. Now it's time to keep them.
Maybe your clothes are a little loser, you're experiencing less joint pain or that challenging Pilates exercise just became a little easier. How do you keep your non-scale victories now that your 30 day challenge is over?
Make your 50 minutes a priority
For the last 30 days come hell or high water (literally!) you made it to your 5 classes a week. Continue to make your 50 minutes of "you time" a priority in your schedule.
schedule in advance
Advance registering for classes not only secures your spot, it keeps you accountable. Click here to schedule.
You've had 30 days to build up extra strength, flexibility and confidence. You're a Pilates pro! Now might be a good time to give another type of class a try. A balanced Pilates routine includes all types of movement on both the mat and equipment. Adding variety to your weekly routine will continue to keep you on your toes and fully, mentally engaged for your 50 minutes.
Now that you've completed 20 classes in 30 days (yes, you really did it!) take a look at February. How many classes can you make if you prioritize and schedule in advance?
Continue ASKing QUESTIONS
We encourage you to continue reaching out (face-to-face, email, etc.) with any questions you might have. You know that modification you normally take? Ask your instructor before or after class if you're ready to go for it. If not, no worries, make it your goal to get there.
DON'T GIVE UP. PILATES IS FOREVER.
"Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness. Our interpretation of physical fitness is the attainment and maintenance of a uniformly developed body with a sound mind fully capable of naturally, easily, and satisfactorily performing our many and varied daily tasks with spontaneous zest and pleasure." -Joseph Pilates