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Pilates at home

Post date: 2019-10-28 08:28:23
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I'm looking for recommendations for a specific type of pilates/pilates fusion/workout video. Key features: fast-paced, high energy, difficult workout, set to fun and energetic music.

I used to take a pilates class that I guess was probably some kind of pilates fusion. It was fun, fast-paced, the instructor was energetic (but not in an annoying way) and she had a decent playlist, mostly pop music, that was timed for the class. Most importantly, it was an awesome workout. There was sometimes a little cardio mixed in, but mostly it was on the mat. Sadly, she left and I've been trying for years but I just can't find anything like it in-person. I've been searching to see if something exists online, but all of the online videos I've tried are so...slow. And boring. I just want a brief explanation and then to get moving, but what I find is videos of instructors just talking and talking and talking. And there's rarely music. And it often doesn't feel like much of a workout.

Is there something out there for me? I'm willing to pay a subscription or buy a DVD if there's something that fits the bill. It doesn't have to be labeled "pilates" but I did like the intense core workout part of it, so something that incorporates those elements into a workout class by another name would be fine too. Thanks!
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