WORKOUT LEVEL: Beginner (Level 1 of 5)
LANGUAGE TRACKS: English, Spanish
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: Reformer with Vertical Frame or V2 Max Plus™, Rehab Reformer™, Reformer Box and Platform Extender
Learn how exercise can be used clinically to address both acute injuries and chronic conditions. This comprehensive routine is designed to rehabilitate upper and lower extremity issues and monitor the axis of motion at each joint. As the range of movement increases, daily activities can be performed with greater ease.
- 29 exercises
- Workout Time - 75 min
- DVD Length - 216 min
EXERCISES: Midback Series, Back Rowing Preps, Side Arm Preps Kneeling, Side Twist Kneeling, Front Rowing Preps, Arms Pulling Straps, Elevation & Depression, Bicep Curl, Overhead Press, Chest Expansion, Mermaid with Rotation, Foot Press on Long Box, Footwork, Single Leg, Jump Series, Side-Lying Jumps, Bend & Stretch, Lift & Lower, Adductor Stretch, Leg Circles, Beats, Feet Pulling Straps, Scooter, Knee Stretches, Running, Hip Lift, Side Splits, Back Splits, Front Splits
BONUS CLIPS: Therapeutic Foundation for STOTT PILATES® Rehabilitation, Reformer with Vertical Frame & V2 Max Plus™ Features & Safety, V2 Max Plus™ Pulleys Bonus 1 & 2
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Moira Merrithew, together with President and CEO of Merrithew Health & Fitness™, Lindsay G. Merrithew, has spent over two decades promoting the benefits of responsible exercise through their brands STOTT PILATES®, ZEN•GA™ and CORE Athletic Conditioning & Performance Training. Working closely with a team of physical therapists, sports medicine and fitness professionals, they ensure all programming is aligned with current scientific and biomechanical research.
Melanie Byford-Young is co-owner of Pacific Northwest Pilates, a STOTT PILATES® Licensed Training Center, with locations in Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA. Melanie Byford-Young has earned the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Advanced Certificate in manual and manipulative physiotherapy. She has also taken specialized orthopedic courses on the shoulder, cervical spine, foot and running mechanics and has taught in Canada, the U.S., Spain and Iceland.