I think I remember reading this article about a week ago. I was gonna try videos of pilates, but then last week I got tied up with moving 200 miles away. I may try this week, but I didn't understand the breathing part (there's a joke on me in there somewhere...)
Hal. 285lbs Goals: 1. Reach 270lbs | Reach 250lbs | Reach 230lbs Reach 199lbs | Reach 190lbs | Reach 180lbs | Reach 167lbs 2. Run a 5k in under 40 minutes again. 3. Run a 5k in under 35 minutes. 4. Run a 5k in under 30 minutes. 5. Run a 10k again. 6. Run a 10k in under 1 hour. 7. Bench half my body weight. 8. Bench all my body weight. 9. Squat half my body weight. 10. Squat all my body weight.
Sorry to crash your group, but I knew this is where I could find an active community of men, which is exactly what I am seeking. I am writing a story for SparkPeople about men who do Pilates as part of their fitness routine. If that is you and you're interested in being included or interviewed for the story, please comment on this post. The types of questions I'll be asking are:
-What other fitness activities do you do besides Pilates? -How has Pilates benefited you? -Why do you think men are intimidated by or not interested in Pilates? -Why should men do Pilates?
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