I talk a lot about osteoporosis and the importance of weight-bearing exercise. This past week, I read at least five news articles, from 4 different countries, that all said the same thing – osteoporosis is a public health crisis, and most people don’t know they have it until they break a weakened bone. According to […]
On this Memorial Day Weekend, I remember my Dad, and my Uncle Bob, both WWII veterans. I look at my Dad’s flag in it’s plain wooden case, and give thanks for the people who protect us. In honor of my 33rd year of teaching Pilates, enjoy 33% savings this Memorial Day weekend on the following […]
With osteoporosis, or low bone density, the thoracic vertebrae can crush fracture quite easily. This creates a painful hump in the upper back that never goes away. To avoid this fracture, we must teach our clients to avoid loaded thoracic flexion. Here, I explain why.