Upside-Down Pilates – Resistance Band Level II Part 1 of 3

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Upside-Down Pilates – Resistance Band Level II Part 1 of 3



Aloha and thanks for stopping by. In this weeks episode we will apply the Resistance Band to the Upside-Down Pilates Level II curriculum. In this workout will cover exercises such as breathing, abdominal series, one leg circles, rolling like a ball, and many more Level II exercises. So grab your mat and a band there is no time like the present!

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Upside-Down Pilates (http://www.UpsideDownPilates.com) is Honolulu’s premiere pilates studio since 2003. This is an episode of our TV show which has been on the air in Hawaii since 2008.

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