It is a training method in which the body is taken into account since the body is considered as a whole and conceives the training in a global way, integrating posture, breathing and body awareness.
It is a training method that goes beyond abdominal training, seeks control of breathing and posture to achieve greater performance, body control and stabilizing muscles, improves intestinal transit, stress and anxiety ...
How does Low Pressure Fitness or LPF come about?
Dr. Tamara Rial and Piti Pinsach in 2014 after several years developing hypopressive exercises, took as a basis for LPF the hypopressive techniques combined with rehabilitation techniques (myofascial, neurodynamic) to create low intensity training both physiologically and psychologically, which makes it considered a training method that can be done as therapeutic or preventive.
Who would benefit?
To all the people who want to feel good. Women, men, the elderly, even children could benefit from the applications that the LPF low pressure.
We train BREATHING.
Breathing is synonymous with living!
The practice of LPF breathing exercises, regulates the frequency and the ventilatory pattern, it will also help to control anxiety and stress.
The training of mobility exercises and stretching of the thoracic musculature, stretching of the intercostal diaphragm, (the diaphragm is the main respiratory muscle) with these exercises will be improved: lung function, the circulatory, lymphatic and visceral system and transit will be favored intestinal.
We train POSTURAL CONTROL AND CORE TRAINING
One of the objectives of Pilates Plus in the application of Low Pressure Fitness is to achieve the maximum precision of the posture, and the maintenance of the neutral position of the spine
The systematic repetition of some physical gestures (posture on the bike, running, traction, jumping ...) can create muscular imbalances that are one of the most frequent reasons for physical-sports injury. Core part of any injury prevention and training optimization program is core stability (core training)
Progressive and regular training are the keys to improving the pattern of muscle reinforcement and muscle control.
Another of our objectives regarding central stabilization exercises is to increase the stiffness of the commune and the muscular resistance-resistance.
A spine capable of supporting the upright position and efforts of activities of daily living is a health insurance for your entire life.
ABDOMINAL AND PELVIC FLOOR Training
Training with anti-gravity techniques will help strengthen the muscles to stabilize the spine with the abdominal muscles and the pelvic floor.
Hypopressive exercises are intended to elevate the pelvic floor and activate the abdominal muscles. Highly recommended for women in postpartum.
At Pilates Plus we want to "increase your well-being by reducing the pressure"