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Joseph H. Pilates, born in 1883, created the Pilates method, a form of exercise that coordinates the mind, body and spirit. Calling it Contrology, Pilates created his legacy with 34 master exercises that strengthen and control the abdominals, restore posture and bring back coordination. His powerhouse movements were built on certain principles that encourage the body to heal itself.
Published by Cheryl Murphy 68 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +7 votes | 5 comments
A healthy, balanced diet is important to an individual's performance in their chosen sport/s, and can have a considerably large influence on what they achieve as an athlete. Here, we look at how you can modify your dietary intake to match the needs of the exercises and sports that you do.
Published by Nicole Manion 78 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +0 votes | 0 comments
A little tidbit on building muscles with all the right tools.
Published by Catherine Zimmerman 84 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +2 votes | 0 comments
This article describes the health benefits of several different types of protein.
Published by Jacob Funk 92 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +2 votes | 0 comments
How to Make the Most Out of a Workout Program
Published by Susan Lee 100 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +2 votes | 1 comments
How can you maximize your recovery after a workout?
Published by Salvatore W. Delle Palme 106 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +5 votes | 6 comments
Joseph H. Pilates, born in 1883, created the Pilates method, a form of exercise that coordinates the mind, body and spirit. Calling it Contrology, Pilates created his legacy with 34 master exercises that strengthen and control the abdominals, restore posture and bring back coordination. His powerhouse movements were built on certain principles that encourage the body to heal itself.
Published by Cheryl Murphy 227 months ago in Sports Nutrition & Diet | +0 votes | 0 comments