Reformer Pilates has a whole host of benefits as we already know, but how does practising Pilates help you achieve better results from running?
We’ve listed 5-ways one exercise (Pilates) can help another (running). Take a look below:
⒈ Increased core strength: When all of the muscles in the torso are strong and balanced, your running will improve
⒉ Corrects alignment & posture: Pilates helps you to learn muscular cues, helping you maintain a better running posture
3. Improved endurance & speed: loosen your hips, legs and back – all helping you keep a fluid, long stride.
4. Quicker recovery: a regular Pilates routine means your muscles are in better condition, so you feel less fatigued, sore and tight after a long run.
5. Breath control: Breathing patterns are essential to performing Pilates movements correctly, and such practice easily translates into running.