10 Minute Solution: Rapid Results Pilates

No time to exercise? We have the solution for you – the 10 Minute Solution! Everyone can find at least ten minutes in their day, and we’ve developed 5 dynamic Pilates workouts that are just 10 minutes each. The workouts were designed by internationally recognized Pilates Instructor Lara Hudson using a technique called Power Precision Sequencing that is specifically designed to give you rapid results. These compact, ultra-efficient workouts fit into even the busiest of schedules. Split them into 5 separate workouts, or mix and match to hit your own unique problem areas … or do all of them together for one total-body 50-minute Pilates workout!

Super Toned Thighs & Buns: Tone, firm and sculpt your lower body while lifting your buns – this 10 Minute segment will give you the results you’ve been looking for!

Arm & Shoulder Shaper: Get toned, sexy, sleek arms and shoulders with this Pilates-inspired program that incorporates light hand weights for dramatic, rapid results.

Waist Slimmer: Flatten your belly and slim your waist with this super- targeted segment that focuses on toning your entire core.

Total Body Blast: This total-body conditioning segment is a real calorie burner – AND it’s unique, fluid and fun!

Slim & Sleek Stretch: Increase your flexibility, improve your posture and get those famous long, lean body lines that Pilates is known for with the Slim & Sleek Stretch.

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2 comments for “10 Minute Solution: Rapid Results Pilates

  1. Kelly A. Daly
    September 26, 2013 at 5:09 AM

    Nice Variety – Good Boredom Buster I knew I’d like this – I have Lara’s 2 other videos and I like her style. She cues well and has a nice, calm demeanor. Rapid Results is different from her other pilates video. In this there are pilates classics with a twist. In the arms section you’ll do saw with weights in both hands. I really felt that all over. The bun/thighs section has floor exercises: frog, bridge and side lying leg lifts with lots of leg variations. The abs section was very effective. Again, leg variations make you really feel it in your lower abs. The total body section was tough and I also felt like the stretch was a workout! If you like variety over endless reps you’ll love this workout. It’s not the same old pilates moves. Lara doesn’t show many modifications; but I don’t think this was meant for beginners. It’s a fluid workout and I was challenged by each 10 minute section.

  2. MLRapp
    September 26, 2013 at 5:35 AM

    Awesome workout w/ no excuses….everyone has just ten minutes to spare! This workout DVD is fabulous- I love how its broken down into 10 minute segments so that you can customize it depending on your time constraints a/o fitness needs, or can do the whole thing for one terrific workout!What makes this DVD better than some of the other pilates DVD’s on the market is: (1) very good breathing and technique cues (SO important); (2) instruction while doing the moves as opposed to wasting time explaining what you’re going to be doing (so that you’re actually moving for all 10 minutes of each segment); (3) really rigorous segments- you’ll work up a sweat in just ten minutes no matter which one(s) you do; (4) short reps which really focus in on technique and doing the moves the right way to reach results; (5) some new and interesting moves- not merely the same old ones you see on every other DVD out there; (6) NO excuses allowed- everyone can find just 10 extra minutes at the very least to squeeze in a great workout; and (7) something for everyone- whether you’re looking to tone your core, arms, hips, butt or legs, you’ll find a great workout.If you’re new to pilates, you may want to watch it first before attempting to follow it to make it easier, as the moves a/o techniques may be new to you.My only gripe is that she recommends doing exercises- particualrly in the “core” segment- with a rounded back and not in neutral pelvis position (which I’ve been taught is the correct pilates position). Apart from that one complaint, its an awesome workout and you’ll feel it the next day whether you do one segment or all of them!

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