THE HUNDRED PILATES EXERCISE
PEBBLES is proud to introduce to you four simple cues in how to do the Hundred Pilates exercise. The Hundred mainly targets the following muscles: transverse, deep pelvic floor, hamstring, rectus abdominis, obliques, hip flexors and scapula stabilizers.
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Lay on your back, engage your abs, bend your knees and glue your legs together. Point your toes and reach your arms by your side.
On an inhale focus on the position you hold. On an exhale reach arms and head off the mat. Keep your neck long. Slide you ribcage down towards the pelvis. Reach legs long, still glued together and make sure you hold the imprint.
On an inhale hold the position while making pulses with your arms on five counts.
On an exhale make pulses with your arms on five counts.
Caution: Always keep the pelvis in imprint while doing the pulses.
Fun fact: A strong core may help you prevent back pain and neck tension. Allowing you to be able to work smarter and stronger at your computer.