Jan-Feb 2020 FitNews Newsletter
Catch up on the latest Pilates and fitness news with my January-February 2020 newsletter.
More and more evidence on how walking is a very good form of exercise, both physically and mentally. Is intermittent fasting effective? Many say yes, so maybe give it a try. Other topics include a surprise result when nutritionists are asked the best way to lose weight, KETO diet pushbacks, and why we really should limit our sugar intake.
Sept-Oct 2019 FitNews Newsletter
Catch up on the latest Pilates and fitness news in my September-October 2019 newsletter.
Why Reformer training is the most effective low-impact fitness exercise, swimming around icebergs, and making sure your first aid kit is ready for home emergencies.
July-August 2019 Fitnews Newsletter
Read up on the latest Pilates fitness news in my July-August 2019 YPL Fitnews newsletter.
It’s the dog days of summer, and everyone’s just trying to stay cool. I go exploring in and around our great county parks, and find some interesting wildlife along the way. Are you a golfer? Find out why Pilates is such a great low-impact part of improving your game. And while we’re at it, lets try and cut back on sugar in our diet.
May-June 2019 Fitnews Newsletter
Catch up on the latest Pilates fitness news in my May-June 2019 newsletter.
I found one answer to the question of why our legs sometimes twitch at night — the solution might surprise you. Can “smart water” help with hydration? Depends, say the experts. Also news on how to take care of aging knees, all about yogurt’s many health benefits, and tips on unlocking those tight hamstrings.
Your Pilates Lifestyle A 2019 AmEx Card Member Favorite
Very pleased to announce that Your Pilates Lifestyle was voted a 2019 American Express Card Member Favorite by my wonderful students. Thanks to you, we’ve been able to deliver Classical Power Pilates certified training to residents of and visitors to Florida’s West Coast since 2010.
The support and loyalty of my students continues to drive my dedication to teaching Pilates in the spirit of Joseph Pilates. Thank you again for confidence in training at Your Pilates LIfestyle.
March-April 2019 FitNews Newsletter
The March-April 2019 Fitnews newsletter highlights how one world-class lead dancer for the Bolshoi Ballet was able to rehabilitate potentially career ending injuries with Pilates. Other articles include what you can do about that ringing in your ears, tips on maintaining correct posture if all you do is sit all day long, and a popular, easy to make seafood recipe that’s fresh and tasty.
Read your copy online: Your Pilates Lifestyle Newsletter – Do The 100 FitNews – March – April, 2019.
January-February 2019 FitNews Newsletter
My January-February 2019 Fitnews newsletter digs into the role cardio plays in maintaining our health, and how walking is surprisingly effective as both mental recreation and exercise. Other articles include how this well known ESPN female sports reporter’s Pap smear saved her life, putting a stop to robocalls, and a newcomer’s guide to understanding that mysterious Pilates apparatus.
Get your online copy here: Your Pilates Lifestyle Newsletter – Do The 100 FitNews – January – February, 2019.
October-November 2018 Fitnews Newsletter
This roundup of fitness, health, cooking, and medical news includes a seafood medley featuring fresh Gulf grouper and pink shrimp, what you should understand about flu vaccines and why they’re important, methods for alleviating back pain, and last but certainly not least, YPL celebrates turning 8 years old!
August-September 2018 Fitnews Newsletter
August-September 2018 takes a look at how weight training can improve longevity, Joseph Pilates obituary in the New York Times, and telltale signs you’re not getting enough to drink.
Read your copy online here: Your Pilates Lifestyle Newsletter – Do The 100 FitNews – August – September, 2018
Your Pilates Lifestyle April-May 2018 Fitnews
Your Pilates Lifestyle April-May Do The 100 FitNews newsletter — download your copy for the latest updates on planking technique, hydration tips from Mayo Clinic, cross-training, and more.