Balance, Flexibility, Strength, Stability – These are key words that anyone over the age of 35 should be worried about. Why? Because these capabilities all start declining as we age and THAT can cause serious problems later in life. Strengthening one’s core, however, can help in this area. One of my friends started mat Pilates classes in August and in less than 2 months she noticed a significant difference (By the way, there are men in her class too). Pilates Reformer classes are excellent as well. Although the Reformers might look a little intimidating, after one or 2 two sessions you will quickly get the hang of it. As a side note, a critical aspect to this kind of exercise is that it is low impact and kind to your joints. So if you haven’t tried it before, read here for more convincing information on core strength and a few tips on what you can easily do in your own home to get you started.
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