Pilates is one of the best forms of conditioning an athlete can do to reduce pain and risk of injury, and to get a competitive edge.
- Pilates integrates the trunk, pelvis and shoulder girdle as a single unit
- Pilates emphasizes proper breathing, proper spinal and pelvic alignment and smooth flowing movement
Athletes become familiar with the functional mechanics and this becomes the foundation of their movement.
With Pilates training, athletes can run faster, jump higher and hit the ball farther – without pain or injury to themselves.
“From the first time that I did it, it just made sense to me… Pilates has a way of finding your weakness and showing you what you need to be working on. I feel that a standard football workout uses the major, dynamic muscles, but not the smaller, supporting muscles that hold up the bigger ones. That’s where Pilates comes in for me.”
Jason Kidd NBA
“I don’t lift the big heavy 300-pound bench and all that anymore. I just try and keep a fine line of a little iron and a lot of the Pilates machine.”
Pilates training like these athletes do has not been accessible to the majority until now!! I’m PUMPED to tell you that I’ve been in collaboration with some of the top experts in our field to bring this kind of training to the home of every athlete!
You see these professionals using expensive Pilates Reformer machines. The TYE4 bungee system IS a wearable Reformer and was invented to extend this elite training to the masses!
Antonio Brown NFL
“Even more remarkable than his dynamic play this season is the fact that Brown doesn’t lift weights in the off-season. Instead, he incorporates Pilates workouts into his training. They have enhanced his core strength, developed explosive power in his hips and glutes and created muscle balance through strengthening and alignment.”