A full-body pilates workout works more than one body muscle at once or throughout the routine. Here is a pilates routine you can try to work the entire body.
This move is the best to work your core, back and hamstrings. This releases tension from the neck and improves posture.
This move is best for engaging the whole body, as it simultaneously works the hamstring, calves, core and arm muscles.
This move works your abs, arms and but at the same time hits the external and internal obliques muscles.
ONE LEG PULSE
This move works the abs, thighs, hips and hamstrings. This strengthens and tones your abdomen and leg muscles.
LIFT AND LOWER
This Pilate move works your internal and external obliques. It also tones your triceps and hamstrings.
ELBOW TO KNEE
This exercise works your abs, glutes, and hip flexors. It also helps to tone your obliques and shoulder muscles.
ROCK FORWARD AND BACK
This pilate move targets the abdomen, rectus and hamstrings, and calves. It also works the biceps and triceps.
This exercise tones and works obliques, abs, arms and lower body. This, in turn, helps to burn waist fat.
Do not force yourself too much; listen to your body as you perform these. It is advised to a personal trainer.