madaboutmoose's Journal, 30 March 2009

Calling all buddies!!!! I'm looking for a Pilates DVD I can use at home. It needs to be beginner level as I am truly a beginner. I bought a couple of books and they are good but it is difficult to keep picking the book up in between moves ... especially when theoretically they are supposed to move one to another!! I'd appreciate any input! THANKS!!

Diet Calendar Entries for 30 March 2009:
1402 kcal Fat: 32.18g | Prot: 95.53g | Carb: 203.60g.   Breakfast: water, medifast cocoa, Special K Double Chocolate. Lunch: 2% cottage cheese, pineapple tidbits, Carnation Instant Sugar Free Breakfast, Yoplait Light Thick & Creamy Lemon Meringue. Dinner: Healthy Choice Herbed Chicken, perrier. Snacks/Other: GOLEAN Crunchy! Bars - Chocolate Almond, mini chocolate cupcakes, Jello Creme Brulee Rice Pudding, Marathon Nutrition Bar - Dark Chocolate Crunch. more...
3233 kcal Activities & Exercise: Precor Elliptical - 34 minutes, Driving - 5 hours, Desk Work - 6 hours, Resting - 4 hours and 26 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...


Windsor Pilates is great.  
30 Mar 09 by member: sararay
I agree, Windsor Pilates is very good and they have a beginner one which I recommend highly before jumping into the regular one. You can order it online. Good luck. I just might pull mine out tomorrow and do them. :-)  
30 Mar 09 by member: WECANDOTHIS
Also, I used to buy books and they are a waste of money, there is nothing like working out with a trainer, one on one for results. The DVD's they have out now are so good. :-) 
30 Mar 09 by member: WECANDOTHIS
Its not Pilates but the YOU on Diet site used to have several workouts that could be done at home without weights or equipment. They were available on their website for download. You might check it out.  
30 Mar 09 by member: jchickos
ooohhh, pilates! I have been considering something of that nature to add a little spice to the weeks' workouts. You'll have to let me know how that flows~  
30 Mar 09 by member: girlygirlatheart
Thanks everyone ... I'll check it out!!! And ... keep you posted on my progress!! 
31 Mar 09 by member: madaboutmoose
I have a dvd I bought at wal-mart for dirt cheap it is Pilates For Any Body. It has different levels for where ever you are in your workout and pilates knowledge. It is great and my kids even enjoy doing it with me. I use it at home after my I use my pilates machine and I love it. 
31 Mar 09 by member: dm_lytle
Okay, I was going to suggest Mari Windsor's Pilates DVDs. People beat me to the punch. My sister-in-law bought me some for Christmas a few years ago. I do them now every once in a while for a change of pace. They still make me sore to this day. When I used to do them on a consistent basis though, I noticed the difference...and so did my hubby. 
31 Mar 09 by member: MOM2JEM


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