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In my last two blog posts, I've discussed ways in which we can use our time in lockdown to keep moving wth Pilates and make our health and fitness a priority. But what about those of us who are struggling to construct a routine out of a situation that is not of our choosing? Even though we may have the best of intentions, sometimes our Pilates practice becomes pushed aside to deal with unexpected work or family issues and there just doesn't seem to be enough hours in the day. How can we overcome these obstacles and ensure that we schedule time out for ourselves and factor in some all important Pilates practice time? In this post, we are going to look at ways in which we can successfully accomplish this.
Remember your "Why"
Your "Why" or your reason for doing Pilates should be powerful enough to give you the motivation to follow through with your practice. When I have a client dealing with back pain for...