Pilates for Computer Hunchbacks

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Spending a lot of time at a desk? Feeling tightness or discomfort? If so we have the answer - a 19 minute Pilates-based workout that can be done right at your desk!

INCLUDES A FREE BONUS CLASS The Pilates for Computer Hunchbacks workout is accompanied by the Pilates Ab Tutorial class at no extra cost!

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No need to get to a gym, no need to change your clothes, no need to sweat. Just sit at your desk and allow the Pilates for Computer Hunchbacks workout to guide you through easy exercises that will stretch and release your tight shoulders, strengthen your upper back and neck, ease tension and inprove your posture. It only takes a few minutes and we promise that you'll feel better and look better too because you won't be slouching.

A free Ab Tutorial class is included with the Pilates for Computer Hunchbacks workout . The Ab Tutorial teaches you how to find and use the deepest layer of your abdominal muscles. This layer is important because when it is strong, it supports your spine so that you can move without pain or discomfort. Once you learn how to use your abs properly, you'll notice a huge difference not only in how you feel, but also in how you look because these are the muscles that will actually flatten your stomach!

For those of you who are visual learners, the workouts are accompanied by a PDF guide booklet that highlights the instructions and provides reference photographs of each exercise.

These workouts are devised and instructed by Sherry Lowe-Bernie. Sherry has taught fitness since 1982. She trained at the PhysicalMind Institute and is a PMA Certified Pilates Teacher with over 12 years experience. In that time she has encountered just about every ailment and injury and has created these easy-to-follow audio classes using exercises that are proven to work.

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