Tania A Winner Thanks To Pilates

Featured in   The West Australian by Jillian McHugh 

She once wanted people to face their fears on the popular TV series Who Dares Wins. Now Tania Zaetta has her sights locked on helping women tackle their weight problems.

Tania in Exmouth The former Bollywood star spoke to AAA in Perth about the launch of the Tania Zaetta Online Pilates Weightloss Program of exercise videos – some filmed in WA – and healthy eating plans. “I’m 45 years old, so (I’ve done) 20 years of Pilates and I still get out there in my Who Dares Wins cut-offs and my bikini and I’m very proud to say I have a nice defined groove down my tummy,” Tania said. “It’s about being strong, not skinny.” Tania already counts Dannii Minogue as one of the fans of her program, which she put together after becoming a certified Pilates instructor and training in nutrition and exercise. “I was introduced to Pilates because of a ruptured disc back injury,” she said. “Not only did it fix my injury but, wow, my body was nice and long and lean and better than I could get it in the gym.” Tania said many program users were WA women working in the mining industry who had experienced difficulty maintaining an exercise regime with their fly-in, fly-out lifestyles, as well as women preparing for weddings or recovering their stomach muscles after giving birth. Some might even have recognised the blue waters of Exmouth in her videos. “My dad lives half the year in Exmouth doing the grey nomads trip – he’s fishing mad so I’ve been going up to Exmouth every year for six years,” she said. “I love it, I’m a bit of an Exmouth local. Chris, my partner, is spear-fishing mad so he always comes over. “While we were there this year, with the Ningaloo Reef looking stunning, I said ‘Let’s shoot some of my online Pilates videos’.” Tania said she also planned to release an exercise and healthy eating book to be released around Mother’s Day.

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Sample Workouts Video

Just a quick post to show you all some sample workouts from inside the 6 Week Trim & Tone… This video contains a selection of snippets from some of the most popular videos we have inside the members area. Take a look and let me know what you think.. Looking forward to your feedback.  

My 2 Favourite Butt Shaping Exercises

Reshaping, Lifting & Firming your butt can be easy when you know what to do.

Did you know our Legs & Butt make up the largest muscles in our body? So when we focus on exercises for these large muscle groups we burn the most calories to help lose the most body fat. Pilates and Barre exercises target the legs and butt, along with the core, to help rebuild and reshape your body with incredibly fast results. These simple, easy to do exercises, are 2 of my favourites to sculpt and firm your bum and are great to increase core stability and strengthen your tummy and hips. Combining them with a 20-30min walk each day, which is also great for using both our legs and glute muscles (butt) is the perfect pair up. Best of all the exercises themselves only take a few minutes to do and can be done anywhere, at home, the gym or even during your park or beachwalk. These exercises are ‘isometric’, which means supporting a weight (in this case, your body weight) without moving your muscles very far—for example, holding at the top of the Bridge position before lowering down. Keeping your muscles in a fixed position increases the time they’re under tension, which makes them stronger, longer and more defined. In other words, you’re not doing yourself any favours by rushing through these exercises… Take your time and make them slow and controlled, flowing in each direction, focusing on your form, posture and breathing to get the best benefits for your body and butt.

1. Pelvic Curl

Basic Bridge, Pelvic Curl
This one exercise can be done anywhere to firm, lift, tighten and tone your butt and has lots of variations to go with it. ‘Basic Bridge’, or Pelvic Curl as it’s known, works your main butt muscle (glute max), your hamstrings and also helps strengthen your pelvic floor and one of those exercises you can feel working as soon as you start doing it.
  • Press your hip bones upwards making sure to draw your belly button in towards your spine to activate and engage your core, as you press up through the soles of your feet raising your hips towards the sky
  • Try and keep a straight line from your chest to your hip bones to your knees
  • Lower back down
  • Repeat 20 times
  • Exhale to press up, inhale to lower back Pulses
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2. Single Leg Bridge

Single Leg Bridge To advance the basic Bridge or Pelvic Curl exercise further:
  • Lift one foot off the ground at the top of the exercise, hold, then replace to the ground and lower your body back down slowly.
  • Balance yourself by pressing down strongly through the sole of the foot of your supporting leg to really help firm and strengthen your butt
  • Remember you’re aiming for a straight line from your chest to your hip bones to your knees when you raise your body up so press strongly through the soles of your feet to really strengthen and tone your butt
  • Remember to exhale up, and inhale to come back down

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Pilates vs Bootcamps and HIIT

surf pilatesIs Pilates More Beneficial For Women Than Bootcamps Or High Intensity Workouts? Let’s find out…

Anybody can benefit from taking Pilates classes, regardless of gender, age or fitness level. However, it is particularly beneficial for women as it targets their bodies in ways that even bootcamps or high intensity workouts are unable to do. Pilates, done my way not only burns calories and tones those trouble spots, it also increases flexibility and the extra strength you will achieve is absolutely tremendous, plus my exercises and workouts can be done anywhere. Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of Pilates…

Improve Your Posture (added bonus: this make you look slimmer)

Thanks to Pilates, you will massively improve your posture. After just a few sessions, you will be standing taller with better posture and automatically keeping your core muscles engaged to help support your back. Because of this, you will actually look a lot slimmer (by as much as 4 kgs ). Pilates is a lifestyle. This means that when you finish your class, you will still want to continue performing the movements learnt in the workout in everyday life. You will notice yourself engaging your abs more regularly, you will automatically stand taller and will move with grace while feeling relaxed (especially in your shoulders). Compare this with a bootcamp, for instance, where your so wrecked afterwards you walk out the door, slump down on a chair and become a couch potato for the rest of the day. The added benefit of better posture and looking slimmer is that you will have increased your confidence, improved your muscle tone and all the compliments you’ll receive will encourage you to keep going with your body transformation goals.

Pilates Stretches and Strengthens

One of the key things about Pilates is that it stretches and strengthens. Most other workouts, including high intensity training and bootcamp, only focus on the strengthening element, except during warmup and cool down. With Pilates, you take part in dynamic rather than static stretches, meaning you engage in strength-building exercises at the same time. A single leg stretch, for instance, will build massive abdominal strength, as well as ensuring that you are at less risk of developing injuries in your legs and lower back.


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A Stronger Core

Pilates is all about developing and strengthening your core. Every exercise starts by engaging the core muscles. Once engaged, you will start to work another set of muscles, such as your legs, thighs, back or arms. Basically, you start from the center (your core) and work outwards. Doing Pilates even just a couple of times a week will show a massive improvement in your core strength. This also means your abdominal definition will increase, which is great if you are trying to build your own six pack. As women, we often don’t want the biggest six pack in the world but rather just a firm flat tummy and Pilates simply defines what is already there, rather than making it bulge. At the same time, the exercises you will perform on your glutes and thighs will really tighten and lift your bum above and beyond more than any other types of exercises can achieve.

Improvement in Lower Back Pain

Scientists have demonstrated that Pilates is a great way to get rid of lower back problems. Many women who take part in HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) or bootcamp find that they regularly pull their backs or hamstrings and have to sit out training for weeks or months at a time. This is because they haven’t been taught how to properly engage their core, meaning they put too much strain on their lower back as well as being pushed too hard too early before their fitness level and strength increases. Through Pilates, however, you strengthen your core, as well as stretch the muscles in your lower back in a gentle and safe manner. It’s for good reason that many physiotherapists refer their patients for rehabilitation Pilates and recommend it is their preferred method of exercise for all ages for the long term.

A Moment of Focus

Last but certainly not least, Pilates is a great way to spend some time truly focusing on the moment. While you engage in the exercises, you can forget about the rest of the day, the stresses, the bills to pay and the kids to pick up from school. You have to focus entirely on each and every movement that you do and be conscious of engaging your deep core muscles. This means that all you think about in that moment is the moment itself, which is the basis of the practice of Mindfulness meditation as well, or ‘being present’. It is for this reason that people come out of Pilates feeling not only long and lean but also feeling good about themselves. It literally melts the stress away which no HIIT or bootcamp style workout is able to achieve. Trust me, if you have a busy family or work life, these workouts are one of the best ways to relax and wind-down after a hard day – while getting a tight tummy and firm bum. Convenient hey? It is also important to remember that Pilates is not just for the abs, as some people will lead you to believe. It exercises every group of muscles in your body. Yes, it has a strong focus on the core, but a well balanced class actually has seven specific principles that it upholds. 1. The first is that you must be centered, which means you focus on your core. 2. The second is on concentration, meaning that you focus not just on your body but also on your mind. 3. The third principle is control. You move on exhalations and control the speed of your movement. 4. The fourth one is concentration: all you think about is what you are doing. 5. The fifth principle is about precision. You must be aware of your own body and make sure you know how to move it properly. 6. The sixth principle is about your breath, doing diaphragmatic breathing, in through the nose and out through the mouth. 7. The final principle is about flow: Pilates never stops. This is why it is seen by many as being better even than high intensity interval training. tania on the beachMy classes combine the best of Pilates with Barre Pilates and resistance toning exercises resulting in a total body workout you will enjoy and look forward to and will begin to see results immediately. What do you think? Have you tried Pilates and how would you compare it to HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) exercises or bootcamps. Let me know below, I’d love to hear from you…
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Weightloss With Superfoods

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Some are considered the healthiest natural foods on the planet ~ ‘Superfoods’
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Supercharge your weightloss with Superfoods. They have incredible health benefits and are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, essential fatty acids and other beneficial substances. They can help you fight disease, feel more energetic and aid weightloss without ever missing out on important nutrients.

Packing a powerful nutritional punch, Superfoods helps protect against cancer and heart disease, lower cholesterol, protect the organs from toxins and improve digestive health. Some nutritionists even say Superfoods can help you live longer.

My goal is to make healthy eating a no-brainer and help you make smart choices, plan balanced (and great-tasting) meals, get a grip on portions, and more. This knowledge I’m sharing with you will guide you towards taking steps that will help you, and your family eat better forever. Superfoods will help nourish and heal your body while providing you flavour filled meals with a rainbow of vibrancy that will re-boost your immune system, enhance your body’s detoxification process, improve your metabolism, increase your energy levels and maintain your long-term wellbeing. Here are my favorite Superfoods and Spices that I include into as many meals each day/week as possible. You’ll find them in all my Weekly Meal Plans and Recipes. Get to know them and their benefits so you can fill up on these amazing beneficial foods. Your body, health and waistline will thankyou for it.
 | Chia Seeds |   (pronounced chee-ya)
 Chia seeds
  • Chia seeds are tiny, nutritional dynamos and the single richest source of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids you can buy.
  • They’re loaded with antioxidants, protein and minerals, plus soluble and insoluble fiber to help keep your digestion moving in the right direction.
  Lose Weight Without Starving:
  • the Chia Seed is a dieter’s dream come true
  • seeds have virtually no taste so can be made to taste like whatever you want
  • when a Chia Seed is exposed to water it forms a coating of gel, increasing its size and weight
  • they swell to more than 5 times their weight in liquid
  •  their unique gelling action keeps you feeling full for hours
  • adding a spoonful or two to meals will help you feel fuller faster
  • very low in calories
  • as it’s difficult to remove from the seed, they help your body think it’s full, without adding calories from eating
 Reasons to Eat Chia Seeds:
  • 8x more Omega 3 than Salmon
  • 15x more Magnesium thank Broccoli
  • 5x more Calcium than Milk
  • 3x more Iron than Spinach
  • 3x more anti-oxidants than blueberries
  • 7x more vitamin C than oranges
  • 2x more potassium than a banana
  • Fabulous source of protein – contains all 8 essential amino acids
  • More Protein than Oats, Wheat & Barley
  • Natural Source of Vitamins and Minerals
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian and Vegan beneficial
How Much:
  • Nutritionists recommend 1 – 2 tablespoons of Chia be consumed each day
  • Be sure to drink plenty of water as Chia is very high in fibre
How to Eat:
  • sprinkle on breakfast cereals and porridge
  • mix in green smoothies
  • sprinkle on raw salads
  • sprinkle over stirfrys
  • use to thicken soups (towards end of cooking)
  • add to bread & muffin recipes
  • mix with protein shake
  • have half a teaspoon straight up on the run with a glass of water
Ways to Use:
  •  egg replacement – combine with water to form a gel and add it to recipes that call for egg substitute
  • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds with 3 tablespoons of water per egg your substituting
  • make delicious dessert Chia Puddings
  • make Chia Goop – great for an energy boost before a workout   (TZ Recipe in ‘Sweet Treats’)
  • tuna spread – mix can of tuna in springwater – like lemon & cracked pepper tuna  – with 1 tsp Chia Seeds. Spread on sandwiches, ryvitas and rice crackers
  • add to Chocolate Brownie Recipe to turn them into Protein Bars  (TZ Recipe in ‘Sweet Treats’)
  • add to slow cooker meal to help thicken
  • easy thick omelette – add Chia Seeds to beaten eggs then cook to turn into thick omelette or frittata
  • make cinnamon Chia Butter – add ground seeds to nut butter to amp the nutrition, or add to butter with some cinnamon and spread on hot toast
TZ Tip:
  • There are 2 types of Chia Seed available – ‘Black’ & ‘White’
  • No real differences between them and they have the same benefits
  • The ‘Black’ variety of Chia contains a combination of black, grey and white seeds
  • The ‘White’ Chia variety is formed by specially selecting white seeds from the black
  • Apart from color difference the seeds are virtually the same in all of its properties – size, taste and smell, with the exception of a few minor seasonal nutritional differences

| Kale |   (Queen of the Greens)
TZ Program Kale What:
  • Kale is the Superstar of all Superfoods and a MUST to add to your daily vegie intake
  • Its one of the healthiest vegetables on the planet and belongs to the same family as Cabbage, Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts
  • It has no bitter taste, is yummy to eat and tastes like a cross between rocket and spinach
Why: Recognised for its amazing immune boosting powers and significant health benefits including cancer protection and lowered cholesterol.
  •  More Iron than Beef
  • More Calcium than Milk
  • 10x more Vitamin C than Spinach
  • High in Vitamin A and K
  •  Low in Calories
  •  High in Fibre
  •  Has Zero Fat
  • Full of powerful Antioxidants
  • Great Detox Food
  • Tastes delicious cooked or left raw
How to Eat:
  • Rinse Kale,  cut or tear leaves off stalk, throw away stalk and use leaves only
  •  chop it finely –  add to soups, stews, stir-frys, salads, egg dishes or casseroles
  • Top pizzas with steamed Kale for added nutritional goodness
  • Steam Kale for five minutes to eat
  • Eat raw in salads with your favorite dressing
  • Substitute Kale for spinach or greens in recipes
  • Add to Smoothies to turn into a nutritious Green Smoothie
(My yummy healthy ways to use Kale are in the ‘Recipes’ menu)   TZ Tips:
  • My Fridge must have – I put Kale I nearly everything I cook
  • Store Kale in a plastic ziplock bag for up to 5 days in the fridge
  • Toss whole-grain pasta with chopped Kale, pine nuts, feta cheese, and a little olive oil, add some chopped sundried tomato’s for a little extra zest.
  • Try squeezing a little fresh lemon juice on steamed Kale for a variation and yummy zingy taste
  • Toss into the frying pan as you’re cooking scrambled eggs
  • I add to all vegie based soups
  • Ward of cold and flus by eating servings of Kale daily – seems to work great for me

 | Quinoa |   (pronounced Keen-wah)
Tania Zaetta Program What: 
  • Quinoa is one of the most nutrient rich grains around.
  • It’s a good source of iron which is needed to transport oxygen around the body plus contains B vitamins for energy, calcium and magnesium for healthy nervous system function, and vitamin E a powerful antioxidant.
  •  highly nutritious gluten-free grain
  • cholesterol free
  • low in fat
  • low in calories
  • grain contains more protein than any other grain
  • has good balance of all 8 essential amino acids
  • makes a good choice for vegetarians and vegans
  • high in fibre
  • low-GI for keeping blood sugar levels stable
  • great source of iron and magnesium
  • delicious with a fluffy consistency with a slight nutty flavour
How to Eat:
  • delicious cold tossed through a salad
  • use instead of rice in any dish
  • hot served with stir-fry, stew or casserole
  • add to soups, frittatas or vegie patties
  • use when making tabouli
(My Everyday Tuna Quinoa Recipe in the ‘Lunch’ menu)
| Broccoli |
Broccoli What: 
  • Broccoli is a nutritional powerhouse full of health benefits, loaded with essential nutrients and therapeutic properties
  • High levels of fiber (both soluble and insoluble)
  • Rich source of vitamin-C.
  • Liver cleansing /detoxifying
  • Anti-tumor/anti-carcinogenic properties
  • Immune stimulating
  • High in antioxidants
  • also rich in Vitamin A, Iron, Vitamin K, B-Complex Vitamins, Zinc, Phosphorus and Phyto-Nutrients
TZ Tips:
  • 100 gram serving of broccoli will provide you with more than 150% of your recommended daily intake of Vitamin C, which can potentially prevent and shorten the duration of colds and flu’s
  • yummy in Green Smoothies (included in ‘Snacks’ Recipes)
  • include in most evening meal
  • mashed with Cauliflower is the perfect and easy substitute to mashed potato

| Pomegranate |
Pomegranate What: 
  • Oldest known fruit, experts trace its origins back to northern India and Iran 
  • High in antioxidants
  • Promote cell renewal and protect cells from damage
  • High in potassium; a highly alkalising nutrient

| Blueberries | 
Blueberries-in-a-bowl What: More disease-fighting antioxidants than almost any other fruit or vegetable Why: Low in fat – about 80 calories per cup and practically fat-free
  • Loaded with fiber to keep you fuller longer
  • excellent source of Manganese, helps convert carbohydrates and fats into energy
  • High in antioxidants
  • Promote cell renewal and protect cells from damage
  • Protect the cardiovascular system
  • High in vitamin C
  • Helps support immune system

 | Chili Flakes  |
chili-flakes-19252781 What: 
  • Red pepper flakes are made by drying and crushing red chili peppers – usually cayenne
  • The capsaicin in red peppers modestly boosts metabolism
  • Hot, spicy flavor also suppresses appetite which can helps to reduce overall calorie consumption
  • Good choice to sprinkle on foods if you’re trying to lose weight

 | Tumeric |
  • Yellow spice that has more benefits than just boosting food flavour
  • Used for more than 4000 years to treat a variety of ailments
  • Curcumin – the active ingredient in turmeric – could potentially ward off dementia and prevent cancer
  • Fresh root or dried powder
  • Stimulates the gallbladder and produces bile, which helps digest fat, improves digestion and can help control weight
  • Can help reducing symptoms of bloating and gas
  • Helps Indigestion and Weight Loss
  • Fights Colds and Flu’s
  • Potent antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Healing for the gut lining and gastrointestinal tract
  • Immune stimulating
  • Protects the liver /detoxifies

| Lemons |

LemonsWhat: Recent research has confirmed the many health benefits of lemons that have been known for centuries, including the protection against a variety of poisons.


  • immune-boosting powers
  • weightloss as a digestive aid and liver cleanser
  • fight infections, strong antibacterial and antiviral properties

How to Have:

Use lemons in the form of juice, teas, drinks and take advantage of their natural healing powers

 Lemon Water Every Morning   (warm or cold) Add lemon juice to warm water, not boiling. Boiling water will kill the vitamin C Benefits:
  • Boosts immune system: Lemons are high in vitamin C, which is great for fighting colds
  •  Balances pH: Clarifies your body and returns it back to an alkaline state –  which your body actually prefers
  • Helps with weight loss:   Lemons are high in pectin fiber, which helps fight hunger cravings. It also has been shown that people who maintain a more alkaline diet lose weight faster.
  • Aids digestion:  helps flush out unwanted materials in the body and detoxify the liverIs a diuretic: increases the rate of urination in the body, which helps with purification and the release of toxins are.
  • Clears skin:  The vitamin C component helps decrease wrinkles and blemishes. Lemon water purges toxins from the blood which helps keep skin clear as well.
  •  Relieves respiratory problems: Warm lemon water helps get rid of chest infections and helps with pesky coughs.
  • Helps with stress: Vitamin C is one of the first things depleted when your mind and body are stress
TZ Tip:
  • Replace Coffee through the day with warm water and lemon

 | Green Tea | 
 TZ Program - Green TeaWhat:
  • Green Tea has been used as a medicine for thousands of years because of the antioxidants it contains.
  • There are many health benefits associated with regularly drinking Green Tea.
  Why: Prevents Cancer
  •  helps body protect cells from damage believed to be linked to cancer
  • helps prevent heart disease and stroke by lowering cholesterol
Weight loss
  • burns fat and boosts metabolism rate by helping to increase the rate your body turns food into calories
  • it can help you burn up to 70 calories in just one day
Detoxifies your Body
  • serves as a natural diuretic and promotes weight loss
  • helps to strengthen the immune system
Anti Ageing
  • helps fight against wrinkles and signs of aging with its high antioxidant activities
  • fights against free radicals and promotes longevity
  • antioxidants in green tea is 100 times more effective than vitamin C
  • 24 times better than vitamin E
  • stimulates and improves digestion
  • gives energy
TZ Tips:
  • Great to curb hunger pains – have a Green Tea when you’re feeling hungry
  • Have after meals when feeling full to help digest food and take away bloating feeling
  • replace afternoon coffee with Green Tea

| Coconut Water |
Coconut waterWhat:
  • The clear liquid inside young green coconuts
    • 100 % Coconut Water is natures own electrolyte and a natural source of nutrition, wellness, beauty and hydration.
  • Not to be confused with coconut milk – creamy fattening  substance
  • Fat free
  •  Zero cholesterol
  • No added sugar
  • Boosts your immune system naturally
  • Contains chemicals that counter fatigue
  •  Increases metabolism and weight loss
  • Aids circulation
  • Detoxifies
  • Fights against stress and viruses
  •  Balances body pH
  •  Naturally Hydrates
  • Natural isotonic which hydrates you faster than water
Reasons to Have:
  • A natural sports drink which re-hydrates and replenishes after a work out
  • contains 5 essential electrolytes giving your body everything it needs to stay hydrated
  • helps you perform at your best, contains Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus
  • more potassium than a banana – Potassium is an important electrolyte to help prevent cramps
  •  contains antioxidants
  •  same level of electrolyte balance as present in human blood
  •  been a favorite drink in South-East Asia – only recently packaged to market to western world
  • clears complexion – skin glows as it hydrated
  • healthier than sports drinks as it contains no added sugar, flavors or colors, has less carbs
How Often:
  • as much as you like
  • coconut water is extremely similar in composition to human blood plasma
  • cases where coconut water has been used as an intravenous hydration fluid in some developing countries where medical saline was unavailable
  • reportedly given intravenously to people during World War II when regular IV saline solution ran out
TZ Tips:
  • known to be a great Hangover cure due to its electrolytes & hydration abilities
  • great to use for stir fry cooking to add flavour
  • add to cookie and cake mixtures for extra moisture and flavor
  • perfect to make delicious TZ Protein Shake (Snack Menu) & TZ Breakfast Smoothie (Breakfast Menu)
  • yummy to add to Juices and Green Juice mixes
  • great for helping ease headaches by hydrating
Taste Summary: Beyond Coconut Water
  • I have tried & tested every brand over the years – Beyond Coconut Water is the best, & tastes the best (Available in Online Shop)
  • Different coconut waters taste different on where the coconuts are from & how they are packaged. Those packaged in cardboard tetra packs & plastic bottles are not as nice & clean tasting as Beyond which is packaged in tins & made from Thailand Coconuts.
  • You’ll be hooked, love the taste and notice the difference of your skin being hydrated, supple and plump

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Become a Ballerina With Barre Pilates

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“I’ve always loved the ballet.
The performers seem so graceful, elegant and fluid.”
Their long, lean bodies glide across the floor swaying perfectly in time with the orchestra, telling a compelling story. Yet all I can do is study the movements performed and admire those beautifully toned bodies of the dancers with their seemingly effortless strength and control.

It’s inspirational and makes me want to train harder to be as trim and toned as they.

If you’ve ever felt the same then Barre Pilates is something definitely worth giving a go. These Ballet inspired workouts focus on isometric exercises working with a small range of movement until your muscles are exhausted to rebuild stronger, leaner muscles. The use of Pilates and  Barre Pilates exercises are what really differentiates my ‘6 Wk Trim & Tone’ Online Program from others. The exercises fun, low impact, low cardio and results based. Anyone can do them and you don’t need any dance background at all. All we do is use a few of the effective ballet inspired dance moves, not the full dance choreography, to help get lengthen and strengthen our muscles to help give us the same toned physique as the dancers and ballerina who’s figures we envy. You’ll feel longer, leaner and taller from doing my first online video workout and will feel it working your muscles. The results are just amazing and you wont believe how much it will help with your posture and any niggling aches and pains. The core work strengthening is especially good to help anyone suffering with back pain. Pilates is for life, not just a workout and can be done by anyone, any age, any fitness level. Why not give it a go so you too can reap the long list of benefits.

If you’d like to know more about what Pilates could do for you then check out my ‘Why Pilates’ Article.