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This 10 Minute Pilates Routine effectively targets the upper and lower abdominals, obliques, and back. Many of these Pilates exercises also target and tone the glutes and thighs. Having a strong core can protect the back from injuries and ailments such as sprains, stiffness, and even bouts of sciatica.

Pilates is excellent for gaining core strength and this beginner routine is the perfect way to start building a. Challenge your balance as well as your core with this 10 minute standing Pilates workout. It’s much harder than it looks! I created it especially for you aft. Focus on sculpting those abs and toning that waistline with this quick 10 minute Pilates Ab Workout.

This routine is a follow along style routine there is. 10 Minute Pilates Routine Advanced Pilates Abs Workout. This Advanced Pilates Workout should be a challenge, even to those who have solid baseline core strength. If you can’t do these exercises with proper form, practice the Beginner/Intermediate 10 Minute Pilates Routine first. This version of the routine is similar to this more advanced workout, but it modifies the exercises to make it easier on.

Tone your whole body with this Pilates workout! Sculpt sexy abs, tone tight legs, and shape slim arms with this quick and efficient workout. Find more workou. Prevention’s 10-Minute Pilates helps you tighten and tone. Every session focuses on breathing, stretching, and lengthening your muscles so you can transform your whole body.

This 15 minute mat Pilates ab workout is designed to give you a flat tummy and tone all the muscles in your core. I hope you love this workout! If you’re loo.

No Pilates experience? No problem! Sculpt your entire midsection with this 10-minute routine designed for novices.

Member Comments. SPARKYFLOWER. 10-Minute Pilates Workout for Beginners VIDEO: 12-Minute Pilates Abs Workout A Skeptic’s Guide to Pilates Concentrate On Your Core A Trainer’s Take on 13 of the Most Popular Abs Exercises. Join Kait for a 20 minute Pilates Workout to tone and shape the legs, butt, abs, arms and build strength ♥ Our FREE Yoga App for Apple:

That’s where these Pilates arm exercises come in. Pilates is all about incorporating exercises to make everyday life easier and more pain-free. This arm workout.

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Be sure to check out the companion DVD for a sample abs routine, which exemplifies the quality of training concept.

“Sculpting Her Body Perfect” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Sculpting Her Body Perfect
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2008

Easy to do at home, Pilates is flexible enough so that you can follow DVDs or take classes.

“The Hunger Fix: The Three-Stage Detox and Recovery Plan for Overeating and Food Addiction” by Pamela Peeke, Mariska van Aalst
from The Hunger Fix: The Three-Stage Detox and Recovery Plan for Overeating and Food Addiction
by Pamela Peeke, Mariska van Aalst
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2013

Pilates instruction is available at many fitness facilities and on videos for home exercise.

“Personal Fitness: Looking Good, Feeling Good” by Charles S. Williams, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
from Personal Fitness: Looking Good, Feeling Good
by Charles S. Williams, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
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After the yoga poses, I’ve also included a section detailing some Pilates moves—moves that specifically work your core and will help build abdominal strength.

“The New Abs Diet for Women: The Six-Week Plan to Flatten Your Stomach and Keep You Lean for Life” by David Zinczenko, Ted Spiker
from The New Abs Diet for Women: The Six-Week Plan to Flatten Your Stomach and Keep You Lean for Life
by David Zinczenko, Ted Spiker
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2012

There are different kinds of Pilates.

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Another very effective – and fun – way to strengthen your abdominal muscles is to practice the Samba.

“8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back: Natural Posture Solutions for Pain in the Back, Neck, Shoulder, Hip, Knee, and Foot” by Esther Gokhale, Susan Adams
from 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back: Natural Posture Solutions for Pain in the Back, Neck, Shoulder, Hip, Knee, and Foot
by Esther Gokhale, Susan Adams
Pendo Press, 2013

The DVD includes everything you need to do the exercises.

“Improve Your Eyesight Naturally: Easy, Effective, See Results Quickly” by Leo Angart
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In this book, I’ve designed the exercises and sequences so that you can perform all of them at home, but I encourage you to seek out a studio with authentic Pilates apparatus and try them for yourself.

“The Women's Health Big Book of Pilates: The Essential Guide to Total-Body Fitness” by Brooke Siler, Editors of Women's Health
from The Women’s Health Big Book of Pilates: The Essential Guide to Total-Body Fitness
by Brooke Siler, Editors of Women’s Health
Rodale Books, 2013

There are many Pilates DVDs available in the market which can help you achieve a fair level of fitness.

“The Lazy Girl's Guide to Being Fit” by Namrata Purohit
from The Lazy Girl’s Guide to Being Fit
by Namrata Purohit
Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2015

It emphasizes good posture, proper breathing, body awareness, and graceful movement to better condition the body to prevent it from being prone to injury.23 Pilates was once associated with being the training method of the elite and famous.

“Pain Procedures in Clinical Practice E-Book” by Ted A. Lennard, David G Vivian, Stevan DOW Walkowski, Aneesh K. Singla
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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

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  • Really great work out, I keep coming back to it! Couldn’t do the first exercise when I started 2 months ago, now the whole thing is easy peasy, a great daily routine!

  • I’m starting your December workout calendar but had to work at 7:00 this morning so I switched Sundays. This was a great, quick workout to start my day! Thank you!

  • When you said we’d be moving the whole time, you weren’t kidding!!! I actually really enjoyed the pace of this work out and to my surprise I was able to stay focused and calm, though I did have a laughing break because I thought my abs were going to explode! Also, with the back extensions with leg lifts, I definitely noticed more so here than in class that I really need to focus on stretching those hamstring, lower back, and shoulder muscles. One thing I did notice is that with any oblique/side sit ups (not sure what to call them, but specifically the one in this video), I feel like a muscle is pulling really tight on my left side of my inner thigh so I’m not able to experience that flow of movement. This is probably one of my favorite videos so far and I hope to come back to this video frequently!

  • woah this is such a hard workout but its really good cuz its painful. but painful is better and i can feel it in my abs wow, and can u plz tell me how much weight i could lose in a week if i do this everyday and do this routine twice one after another????
    and how can u tell me if this will flatten my stomach?????
    plz plz plz plz plz reply

  • Thank you for this wonderful video! Do you think that 30 minutes of walking is a good combo with this? Or should I step up my game and run for 30 minutes?

  • hi, great set of exercises, thankyou. One comment, you always addres Ladies. The truth is I’m a man so please take it into consideration.

  • @maria17954
    It will tone your stomach area and burn some fat if done for at least 20 minutes. If you want major fat reduction you must incorporate a cardio workout especially one with high intervals. If you are starting out I would recommend you walking 2 minutes then throw in 1 minute intervals of jogging, keep this cycle up for 20 minutes. Over time you get better at it and try to keep the cycle going for 30 minutes then maybe do 2 minutes jog 1 minute walk you get the picture.

  • At the end of upper basics I had to pause of muscle hurt, but i love it’s simplicity. It feels good. I do every day 2 segments.
    (Or is it better to do it all at once?)

  • Thanks for this quick effective workout! Except on the last 2 exercises (sides and stomach) I could have used when to breathe out and in like you did all the other exercises…. Thank you (:

  • I love this workout, i recommend it to anyone, it has dramatically helped me, thus it really being intense and challenging, THUMBS UP if you like 😉

  • wow wow wow as in been doing it for two weeks and not even everyday but i can see d changes already!to d one who posted ds video thanks a lot ur helping people!and to d one who made ds exercise possible….u r amazing! from oslo norway

  • When I do the mermaid things near the end it more hurts the shoulder I am leaning on more so than anything else! Am I doing it wrong?

  • This is my favorite quick ab routine to add to the end of a workout. Or if I’m feeling lazy but still want to get some workout in. Thanks!

  • Thank you so much for this AMAZING programme! I have always had a lot of extra on my stomack! For the first time in many years I started to notice a great difference just after 3 weeks of practising it!Studiooilates thank you!

  • I just discovered your videos on youtube, and so thankful I found you. I love how you get right down to business without all the fluff, and you set up nice routines that are challenging and well cued. I love the awareness, mindfulness, breathing meditation as well. More videos, please. I love them!

  • Oh my! I liked this workout the cue was great even at a faster pace. Found the teasers a little bit of a challenge however it was great fun. ‘If it doesn’t challenge it won’t change you’ (my fave saying at the moment). I worked up a bit of a sweat in that 10 minutes. Thx Beth! X

  • Terrible! Way to hard for a beginner. I’ve been teaching Pilates for 15 years and have only met one or two people (dancers!) who could do this double leg off the floor exercise in the first few weeks let alone the first session! One very fast way to strain your back! Beginners should NOT do this workout!

  • type in “give me 4 week abs” in the search box and click on the video with hearts in the title to learn how to get a 6 pack in 4 weeks.

  • This is the closet thing I’ve found to the 10 min pilates solutions by Lara Hudson from over 6 years ago…Loved it great job! ��������

  • Greetings from Holland! I truly appreciate your clear instructions, your encouragements and funny comments in between. It’s not easy to find instructions like these. More and longer workouts without fitness-tools would make me even happier:-D

  • I really enjoyed the flow of the class and feel I am getting much stronger. The planks are still challenging for me and I know the more I practice the better it will feel. I really enjoyed the faster pace of the class.

  • The scissor work was challenging��. Loved it!!! I like the progressive movements it really helps to see the connection between the movement. Thx Beth.

  • It’s great…my mother loss 9 kilograms:)…but I have a question..this traininig is good for me to have six pack abs?I am 14 years old and I’m a boy:D

  • im just wondering…why my abbs hurted just one day after i did this workout? ive been doing this workout for a week now and my abbs never hurt anymore:S ive been doing the workout as seen and instructed.. help:)

  • @Batchick94 well m8… pilates isn’t a bopdybuilding workout, it’s a sculpting workout. The goal of pilates is to have a vv firm and fluid body without bulging muscles. I f you want musclemass you go bodybuilding ifyou want to be slender and firm.. you do this

  • I am in the mountains right now and doing this fast paced workout at a much higher elevation than I am used to was definitely intense. I enjoyed the workout and felt that at the faster rate I wasn’t allowing the muscles I was engaging to relax at any point. I found it very difficult to do the teaser variation with the legs up. This may have been because of the fast pace or it may have been because it is harder for me to breathe here.

  • The physical workout is great. Thanks for posting.
    The meditation at the end is weird. Connecting the mind with all the exercises we have just done is more for those who want to practice yoga and or open to various spiritual exercises. That part isn’t pilates.

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  • This work out is challenging. My muscles are fatigued at the end… which is good =) It means my muscles are getting a good work out. Can’t wait to start seeing results =)

    Also how many times during the week do you recommend this work out (and should it be nonconsecutive or not)

  • I was really enjoying doing this work out until it cut-off at the 10minute mark and jumped to a Poland Spring commercial. Is there a closing stretch?

  • I can’t believe such small, gentle movements can feel so tough! This was really great, thank you. I have issues with high impact exercises, and these leg movements especially were challenging to sustain but easy to do.

  • crap. im not very old (pretty young) but my mom introduced me to this and Ive done it twice now. now my abs (and my nech) hurt like heck. nice workout though.:)

  • Thank you for having a Pilates video for beginners especially for seniors. I used to do Pilates on the reformer and this video will give me the mental courage to build up my strength to begin Pilates again.

  • I was following the video and in the middle of the last exercise it just cuts off����‍♀️ not a good finish for a begginer! No Ad break it just ended?

  • It’s been a while since I’ve done Pilates, so I have to reacquaint myself. This is a really, really nice introduction for those who’ve never tried it, as well as for those of us who need to get back on board.

  • I used to do Pilates everyday in my twenties. Got terribly out of shape, and using this to get back into my routine. Thank you for this!❤️

  • Fantastic 10 min pilates routine, and I have been doing the best of the U tube ones for years, thank you!! PS it is not just the ladies who do these 😉

  • That was a surprise! Usually the workouts seem much slower so I was not expecting the fast paced variation of this. I really enjoyed it though. My abs are fired up and I have so much energy. I really worked hard to keep my lower back on the ground through concentration and doing variations on some of the exercises and I did not have any lower back pain after this workout!

  • I’ve been doing this routine 5 days a week, but I also add another routine and a 30 minute run on the treadmill and so far I’ve been doing this for one week

  • WOW I should have warmed up more! This workout was fast paced and great for a short amount of time but a way to really get the muscles working. The most difficult thing for me was the side bend variation, I could not keep my balance throughout that one. I ended up doing the forearm variation instead. The constant movement was a lot but when focusing on my breathing it helped to keep the workout manageable.

  • I just did this for the first time and although half way through I was really struggling and had to keep stopping for a rest by the end after doing all the stretches I actually felt so good, can’t wait to do it again tomorrow.

  • Omg! This workout hurts like a b!tch.! lol. I’m been doing it for 3 days and I can certainly feel he abs burning. Will I lose belly fat with this and will my abs be toned? Please answer. Thanks for the video! (:

  • Wow this actually hurts haha: ) I’m trying to tone up before I go to spain in 2 months or so, if I do this every two days or so will it be effective enough?: )

  • i like this video so
    much! this one i can really feel the muscles on my stomach working….just been doing a
    week and im loving it!

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  • Love this workout! I’ve started doing it every morning… 1 Week in and I can see a difference already!! Out of interest, how many calories would this workout burn?

  • This is great workout!! i’ve been doing this everyday for two weeks now and it’s paying off already. I’m not even that tired compared to other exercises that i’ve tried before:P

    Good job!! I hope to see advance pilates for abs soon!

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  • I had this DVD and did it all the time in high school! So happy to see it again and hear that music �� I’ve returned to Pilates after some time away and am falling in love all over again ��

  • Don’t forget to activate your peeing muscles at the bottom of your ads when doing pilates otherwise you are missing out with further stabilisation of your body.
    Great video but doesn’t mention the flexing the ‘peeing’ muscles.

  • This was such an unexpected change of pace, but worth it. I felt challenged to keep up the first time, but I’d like to try the video a few more times to really get the sequence down more smoothly.

  • Excellent workout! Getting back into Pilates after many years, its too bad I didn’t keep it up. After 1 month of using this video, wow, I feel so good, both on the inside and the outside! You will love Lara as your instructor, she is that good!! Once you’ve mastered this vid, move on to her other 10 minute dvds, just as excellent as this one!!

  • Nice little no-nonsense 10 minutes of pretty classical Pilates. If you want a straight-forward ab set for a 10-minute refresher this one is very good.

  • That was fun! I enjoyed the fast pace even if I had to slow down a bit myself. It felt good to get my muscles warmed up after a couple hours of sitting and doing homework. I definitely felt my abs working and my back stretching. I feel like I have a little more energy than I did before, just moving helped to wake my mind and body up. I like that Pilates can be fast paced and work muscles or it can be more relaxed and laid back, like last weeks workout.

  • Wow! I watched the whole video first and thought, no problem, I can do that easy. I have learned my lesson well! I made it (barely) through the first set and that was it. Plan to do it each day until I can make it through the whole thing and I’m looking forward to part 2. I’m so not in any kind of shape…well, I’m kind of round, does that count? But I feel this in every part of my body and that makes me happy even though I didn’t complete it today. Tomorrow I get to try again.

  • This was a really challenging workout but I feel really good after completing it. There were definitely a few moments where I thought, “There’s no way I can keep this up.” but I actually did. I struggled with my breathing at times, usually when I would start to struggle I would throw my breathing out of pattern and I would need to focus to get it back on track. I had a lot of fun with this workout though and I see myself coming back to it again.

  • I loved this workoutthe pacing was great. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely love the level 1 classical too… but this was so much fun! Do you have a fast-paced 20 minute version as well?

  • I’ve got excruciating back pain that used to be mild, but, about three months after i gave birth got so much worse. I do this just about every day, ending with a couple back stretches and it alleviates the pain more than anything else. It’s simple enough to just remember. Thanks very much.

  • This workout is amazing, i’ve been doing it for about three weeks now and I can already see the outline of abs coming through! Keep going!

  • It would be good if each movement was demonstrated first, then count the repetitions. And maybe not so many at once for beginners. There seems to be an assumption by this an another beginners video, that the watcher has some idea about Pilates.

  • I was definitely not prepared! I loved the fast pace, but I did have to do the variations you said on certain positions. With maintaining my breathing, it wasn’t too terrible, but I definitely felt a lot of it in my abs, that’s for sure. Rolling like a ball definitely helped, and it felt like a bit of a reset in between movements and then at the end. I think the side bend was where I had difficulty maintaining my balance, but I know with practice and repetition, I’ll get there!

  • I’ve been doing cardio and dieting for 3 1/2 now and I’ve lost some weight but my stomach has some loose skin, will this work to tighten it up? Thank youu for the video!!!:D

  • This is NOT for beginners! I have done pilates classes, and this is too fast and not enough instructions for “beginners”! Needs more reminders on breathing and keeping core and shoulders as flat as possible! I looked this up hoping to get back to what I used to be able to do before Lyme… and this is too fast and intense for seniors and beginners… true beginners that is!! and seniors who aren’t already in decent shape! I would say this is a great workout for people who are already in good shape and in really good health.. this is perfect for those people!

  • Hi Beth. I’m loving your videos since I discovered your site a few months ago. This 10 minute workout was perfect for me on a Saturday morning as a mum of two very young girls. I managed to get a real workout in before they climbed all over me! Thank you.

  • This fast paced work out was a challenge. I thought it was actually harder than most of our in class work outs, which was a surprise to me. Great way to get tuckered out before bed.

  • have been doing this for over 3 months now and definitely seeing a difference! ** to make this harder (what I’ve been doing for the past two months), keep your HEAD and LEGS up for the entire routine. do not put them down no matter what.. if you get too tired cross your legs

  • These are beautiful for my body! have a false knee and there is only one exercise i can’t do which is a ‘twisty’ knee stretch but wow this is making me feel and look great without stress!! thank you sooo much.

  • Really for beginners as us who stopped Pilates for a while
    I would recommend one minute warming up and one minute cooling down
    Apart from that prefer!

  • What will yield the best resultswith pilates abs?…Doing the video Daily or a few times a week? i want a small waistline for summer.

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