Some places are more susceptible to fitness trends than others. These fads sweep through cities and towns, spawning dozens of boutique studios in their wake. Pilates, however, is more than a trend. It’s a full-body exercise tailored to your individual needs. It is low-impact, core-centric, and can prevent injury from other sports—perfect for on-the-go Boulder residents. Need more convincing? Here are three reasons why Boulderites will love Pilates:
- Boulder residents are Regardless of weather, Boulder residents know how to stay active and engaged. They go for lengthy jogs in the rain, hike in overcast skies, and ski in the sunshine. But what happens when the weather is too bad to go outside? Turn your sites indoors—Pilates is a full-body, low-impact workout perfect for the occasional rained-out climbing day. Not convinced? Treat Pilates as a potential rest day. If you’re training for a marathon or gearing up for ski season, the intense but low-impact workout will provide a necessary break for your knees and joints.
- Boulder residents are Dubbed the “foodie capital of America,” Boulder is known for its forward-thinking opinions and preferences. It seems like everyone eats organic, fair-trade, gluten-free, and cage-free, while also brewing their own kombucha and baking homemade seitan. Pilates is yet another trendy activity for Boulderites to obsess over. Find a boutique studio in your favorite part of town and get started on those Russian twists.
- Boulder residents live in their fitness attire. The people of Boulder have never been the most fashion-forward crowd—unless you consider outdoor fitness brands to be stylish. Boulderites work and live in yoga pants, fleece pullovers, sports bras, t-shirts, and sneakers. Coincidentally, this is the clothing combination recommended for Pilates practice. Since you’re already dressed for the activity, why not give it a shot?