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Pilates - Beginning Mat Workout

An intense, engaging core workout that gets results.

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Pilates - Beginning Mat Workout is an excellent introduction to Pilates practice, led by renowned instructor Ana Caban. The DVD features a challenging Pilates sequence designed to boost energy levels by engaging key muscles throughout the body. The workout engages core abdominal and back muscles, improving posture and sculpting a slim, lean figure.

  • Led by certified instructor Ana Caban
  • Concise, easy to follow instruction and demonstration
  • Includes interview with Ana Caban
  • Offers modifications for moves that may be too difficult for beginners
  • Can be performed at home
  • Additional equipment is not required
  • Some new users may find the moves too challenging at first
  • Does not provide cardio

Pilates - Beginning Mat Workout is a fitness DVD and does not provide nutritional guidance.


Pilates - Beginning Mat Workout includes detailed instruction throughout a 20-minute Pilates workout. The sequence offers total-body toning and strengthening with a focus on the central core muscles. In addition to the beginners' mat workout, the DVD also includes a bonus workout.


Pilates - Beginning Mat Workout offers an easy-to-follow introduction to Pilates mat exercises. Led by well-respected instructor Ana Caban, the DVD provides the moves you need to sculpt a long, lean, trim physique. It's Pilates at its finest--real work, with real results.

Common Misspellings

Pilatees, Pilatis

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