Pilates Core Challenge

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Pilates Core Challenge

Ana Cabán

Pilates Core Challenge is an online Pilates video that is designed to strengthens and tones muscles, improves posture flexibility and balance, and creates a sleek, firm and strong body. Each movement targets the core muscles of the body, including the abs, lower back, hips and buttocks. By focusing on your core muscles, you build lean muscle that burns calories more efficiently.

Certified instructor Ana Cabán provides clear, detailed instruction to help you achieve proper form, control and breath as you move through classic Pilates exercises including the Hundreds, Roll-up, Single Leg Stretch, Double Leg Stretch and Scissors. With two Pilates workouts to choose from you’ll discover the practice that athletes, dancers, celebrities and others rave about.


Episode 1
Episode 1
, 40 minutes
Pilates Core Challenge is sure to work your body and give you the workout that you have been searching for.
Available worldwide
Episode 2
Episode 2
, 18 minutes
Pilates Core Challenge Express is sure to work your body and give you the workout that you have been searching for.
Available worldwide

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stacymarek, posted on March 19, 2015

Its all about technique. Using solid technique, this is a great workout for the abs and the whole body. I do a lot of yoga and mixing it up with pilates is such a benefit.

joy_clary, posted on November 10, 2013

There is about 25 min of good challenging workout here. The rest is kinda silly. Standing still and lifting/lowering my arms isn't a work out.

Jenn1320, posted on October 27, 2013

I was really distracted because of the bad music.

B-health, posted on July 13, 2013

I like Anna's tapes, she is great. This tape has some great exercises but not enough clarification about body placement, especially in the standing and lunging work. Where should the feet, hips and heels be?
Thanks very much.

aleshia08, posted on September 28, 2012

Doesn't work the abs

kmbrlysue, posted on February 9, 2012

I enjoyed how quick the different moves were and how easy the routine was to follow!

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