Sure, Pilates is a healthy addition to most exercise routines—as a personal trainer, fitness coach, or overall physical health instructor, you’re never going to deny that Pilates is a solid concept for staying in shape.
So, you want to be a Pilates instructor, huh?
First of all, we’ll be the first to say you’re making a dang good career choice—no matter what sort of fitness training background you’re coming from.
If you’ve been following along with our blog for the past few weeks, you’ve probably realized that we’re on a major Pilates kick—and honestly, we don’t anticipate that changing anytime soon. Pilates is, without a doubt, one of the must-add exercises to your personal training routine in 2020.
So, you’ve decided to add Pilates to your personal fitness repertoire, huh? Hey, we don’t blame you. In case you didn’t know, we’re team Pilates. With its seriously vast health benefits and easily-adaptable exercises, we honestly believe that Pilates is an excellent exercise for any of your clients—no matter what their goals are.
Pilates. We’ve all heard the term before, right? Even if you’re in no way, shape, or form involved in the fitness world, you likely have an idea (even if it’s just an inkling of an idea) of the exercise phenomenon known as Pilates.
3 Pilates instructor classes you should take to broaden your career