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AeroPilates Rebounder

By Chris Ling Yee

Joseph Pilates first started to develop the concept of muscle toning and strengthening exercises in 1910. The aim was to assist people in ameliorating their health through developing and training their muscles in a consistent way. Being a frail child in his youth and in order to fight this condition ,the original exercises concentrated on proper breathing, stabilization, stretching and muscle strengthening. The first exercises were primarily based on using your body weight using small accessories like a rubber band or a spring. These small aids form the origins of the AeroPilates machines as we know them today.

A variety of these machines, like the Aeropilates Performer or Transformer can be found in the marketplace today. Each has it own specific benefits but they are all built to provide muscle training and muscle strengthening. Granted, some of them do not come cheap, but they are well worth the investment as it would be impossible to get the same full-body workout by just using a Pilates mat. You also should not get overwhelmed by the multitude of exercises which can be performed on these machines as most of them come with a training DVD.

You should realize that using an Aero Pilates machine greatly assists you in implementing the original teachings of Joseph Pilates, simply because it offers a way in which to exercise various muscles at once rather than concentrating the exercise on a single area of muscles.Some of these machines do not come cheap, but keep in mind the benefit of purchasing an AeroPilates reformer. There is simply no way that you can train and strengthen that many muscles, not to mention the variety of exercises without the help AeroPilates equipment.

You might have come across the term Aero Pilates Rebounder which is really just a component of the Aero Pilates Reformer. A rebounder will cost you less than a reformer and could be a good alternative for practitioners on a tighter budget. The rebounder adds a cardio component to your daily workout and would be an excellent addition to your Pilates resistance power cords like a circle or a ring.

Just keep in mind that a Pilates Reformer is a must have when it comes to effective resistance exercises. Not only does it help you in strengthening your lower back, abdominal and various other muscle groups, it also assists in taking the strain off your knees when performing the exercises. Do not forget that a qualified instructor is still way better than a training DVD.

If you are interested in AeroPilates Reformers, Performers and other Pilates machines have a look at Here you will find several reviews and articles on the different Pilates accessoriesincluding books and DVD’s, available for online purchase.

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Yee, Chris L. "AeroPilates Rebounder." AeroPilates Rebounder. 8 Jun. 2010. 8 Feb 2016 <>.

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